Should You REALLY Be Carrying Those Big Condoms?

As men we have the element of surprise in our favor when it comes to     what type of ‘Man Meat’ we’re packing down there. One of the best ways to say something about it without saying anything is to be caught carrying big condoms. Now, there are many types of ways people have come up with to figure out whether a man has a large penis such as how he walks or the print in his pants. But, can any of this truly determine if he should REALLY be carrying big condoms?


When I speak about big condoms, I am referring to the oversized condoms that are altered to fit an extra-large man’s penis. The average dimensions of a standard condom are around 7 in long and around 2 inches in diameter. This means, a penis of average 6 in length or slightly larger size should be able to fit in a regular condom. Although, there are many condom manufacturers out there that make their standard condoms in varying sizes, it’s unanimous that the big condoms are clearly for the extra-large man. These types of contraceptives are made to accommodate men with longer penises and more girth men, respectively. The most popular condom that you see most ego-maniacs walking around are the Magnum and Magnum Extra Large by Trojan. These gold wrappers have been known to raise eyebrows immediately once revealed. These have become a staple of those that supposedly have a large penis and know it.  But, really, should all of these guys be carrying those big condoms?

Wearing big condoms undeservingly can cause discomfort for your partner and increase your chances of getting a woman pregnant. You heard right. When you penetrate your partner with a loose condom they can feel it pushing and pulling alongside your penis during sex. Sounds uncomfortable, right? And you can bet your partner will include that detail in a story that gets explained to a friend. Seeing as the purpose of wearing a condom is to prevent disease and pregnancy, you actually increase the chances of both by undeservingly wearing big condoms. The chances of you ripping the condom is drastically increased if you’re not and extra-large man wearing that big condom. In addition to this possibility, you also drastically increase the chance of getting your female partner pregnant by having so much room for the sperm to run right down your penis onto the lips of her vagina and potentially impregnating her after ejaculation. Bottom line, it’s not worth it to wear a condom that doesn’t fit.

Carrying big condoms does have its advantages for you whether you can fit it or not. As I stated before, once you have been spotted with a Magnum Extra Large, or other large condom, you will create an element of mystery and fantasy of what you could feel like during intercourse. This will quickly increase your chances of having sex with any partner that has interest in the sensation of being penetrated by a penis of larger size. Hilariously, even when you go to store to pick the condoms up in the store, the employees and other patrons of the store will all have raised eyebrows which could work in your favor. Although there are those who don’t prefer to have a penis of larger size, most do. By law of averages, you’re very likely to encounter at least one person that will be curious about your package solely based on your big condom purchase.

In a nutshell, it is very advantageous to have a large penis generally speaking. But, be sure that if you’re buying a bigger condom you have the hardware to justify your purchase. If you don’t, you’re in for a lot of embarrassment and your partner is in for a huge disappointment.

Does Penis Length Affect Ejaculation Distance?

Long SquirtI’m sure the majority of us have indulged in an adult movie or two (or three). In those movies, there are many times you’ve seen the scene end with the man shooting a stream of ejaculate (cum) across the room. Of course, most adult movie stars have those huge penises and you may feel that the size affected the ejaculation distance. This may or may not be true, let’s examine.

Longer Launchpad                     

In theory, the longer the space to build up speed and velocity the farther any projectile should go, right? Under the assumption that the ejaculate is being forced out of your penises urethra the entire way out, this should easily create an extended ejaculation distance. This theory is very valid due to the fact that with consistently increasing force behind anything that has a longer amount of space to build up speed should go further once ejected or ‘launched.’ But, the question is, could length be the most dominant factor in the ‘launch’ distance?

More Launchpad Means More Time

Could the time it takes the ejaculate to escape the penis take away from the ejaculation distance? This makes the length of the penis a possible hindrance in your goal of being able to splatter the wall from the foot of the bed! Keep in mind that the ejaculate is a mixture that comes from two separate places before starting on the path to freedom. So, if the dominant factor in the distance is in fact the length, this could pose a problem unless you have more seminal fluid than the average guy. This way, the length and the time would work in favor of the ejaculate being launched further since the fluid from the base of the penis should be pushing the rest from the bottom of the urethra.

The Launchpad Angle May Make a Difference

Could the penis angle position during orgasm affect the ejaculation distance? Well, this could be analyzed two different ways. One, you could be referring to a penis curvature which could potentially pose a problem. Or, you could be referring to the angle that the straight penis is positioned. In the instance of the penis curvature, your concern could be that the bobsled ride the ejaculate will take in the curves could reduce some distance from the longer penis. Do you see this as a possibility? Penile length could also give it enough distance to rebuild speed and still shoot out far. As far as the penis angle of a straight one, it has been proven through physics that any object with a good trajectory angle has a better chance of traveling further than one that doesn’t.  This concept may work in favor of a longer penis.

What Truly Affects Ejaculation Distance

The truth is the length, ejaculate travel time, or penis angle has very little to do with the ejaculation distance. What all of these had in common is the key factor the in process, velocity. So, what would give your cum velocity you may ask? The answer is the force created by your penis muscles. Regardless of your penis’ size, you can take control of those muscles and shoot ejaculate upwards of 15 feet. What’s recommended is flexing your penis muscles during the pre-orgasm spasm and push concurrently with your body’s natural reaction to orgasm. Another huge factor is semen amount. Semen is the heavier of the fluid emitted during this process. So, the more of it you have, the further your ejaculate will go. This has been related two things; elapsed time since your last ejaculation and internal blockage. Spaced out sexual encounters can increase seminal volume thus extending your ejaculation.

So, the final answer is ‘No,’ penis length doesn’t affect ejaculation distance. All of the above mentioned factors impact this process slightly. But, neither is dominant enough to make a substantial difference. So, don’t be lead to believe our penis is either too long or too short to splatter the walls.

Does Penis Size Affect Male Erections?

DeflatedBalloonsWe all have pre-conceived notions about what makes a man impotent or not. One of those has been that the larger the penis, the more likely he is to have erectile problems. Is this true? I have taken the time to research this notion for us to find out if penis size affects male erections. The results may shock you!


What Is Impotence or Erectile Dysfunction(ED)?

Impotence or Erectile Dysfunction is a condition where a male is unable to obtain a full erection or no erection at all. Under this circumstance the mood can be fully set for intimacy including, but not limited to, sexual intercourse and a man still not be able to produce an erection. Even during instances where an erection is possible, it sometimes results in what have been labeled weak male erections. All normal factors that can come into play, such as physical and mental stimulation, attraction, passion, and even raw intention, but still no full erection. This condition sends false perceptions of lack of attraction and interest which can sometimes ruin otherwise flourishing intimate relationships.

What Factors Into Male Erections?

Male erections stem from three very prominent factors; neural (nervous system), vascular (muscle groups), and bio-molecular (biochemistry/genetic) activity. Basically, your brain transmits the signal to the nervous system of your penis to allow an influx of blood flow through two chambers called corpus cavernosa which is started and stopped through gaseous molecular messengers. These molecular messengers start the blood flow once the penis is relaxed and traps the blood inside while keeping the blood flowing through the two chambers to sustain the erection.  There are other, more descriptive, attributes that cause such things as nocturnal male erections, but we will focus on those pertain to preparedness for sexual intercourse.

What Factors Into Impotence or Erectile Dysfunction(ED)?

This condition stems from several factors including, but not limited to, poor blood flow, poor diet, stress, lack of exercise, sleep apnea, and nerve damage. The occasional male erection problem mostly comes from your diet, stress, lack of sleep and/or exercise, and plain old lack of focus or interest. All of these can be controlled by you to some extent and taken care of before your next intimacy opportunity. The more chronic issues stem more from the biological and anatomical dysfunctions. The most common is poor blood flow. This typically occurs when arteries hardening causing them to narrow and therefore restrict the appropriate amount of blood to flow to your penis. Usually when this is the case, it also keeps you from getting proper blood flow to other parts of your body. There are male supplements and medications available to help open the arteries to resolve this issue.

How Does Penis Size Affect Male Erections?

Through all of the in-depth research I’ve performed around this subject, I have not found a single shred of evidence to support any claims that penis size has anything to do with this condition. So basically, no matter what size it is, your penis should function properly. It could be assumed that a larger one would need more blood flow to become fully erect and stay that way. But, the reality is, the system that internally controls this bodily function will is not designed to create an erection for a penis of a specified size. This means that even if you increase the size of your penis, it will adjust the process to accommodate the new size of your penis.

If you have an above average penis with erectile problems or have a small to average sized penis to you seek male enhancement for, don’t be lead to believe that the size and its functionality are related. If you are experiencing any problems with it, consult with your physician about yours. It has absolutely nothing to with the size of it.