Sizing Up Your Power

Sizing Up Your Power

New love is fabulous and causes your heart to race and your stomach to flutter, right single ladies?? But admit it, along with the butterflies also comes a touch of anxiety. Will you like the way he kisses? Will your parents like him? Will your girlfriends get along with him? How big is his penis? Screeeech! Say what now?

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Oh, come on! Am I the only woman who was ever concerned about the size of a guy’s joy stick? I think not. I’ve heard friends say things like, “I thought I had accidently touched his arm.” Or “My pinky finger was bigger.” Anybody who says that size doesn’t matter clearly hasn’t been faced with an issue where it did indeed matter!

The average length of a man’s one-eyed snake is between 4.5” and 6” in length (depending on which website you get your information from). Anything falling outside of that range – in either direction – can create FOBH (fear of being hurt) or FOMO (fear of missing out). One extreme or the other is usually what gets our tongues to wagging. But if a guy is too big or too small, yes, we ladies are gonna chat about it. Sometimes we may withhold the name of the length/width-challenged or length/width-surplus guy, but yeah, it concerns us (when we’re honest about it).

When it comes right down to it, women hold all of the power in this situation. And like any person in power, how you wield it makes all the difference in the world. You could scar the man for life by making comments such as “Are you kidding me right now?” Or play it off discreetly, “I’m sorry, lover, that’s my mom calling. I forgot I promised to come visit her today.” No worries if it’s 2:00 in the morning. Just the mere mention of the word “mom” will hopefully cause him to deflate while you make your getaway.

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Cheryl Grace is the sassy aunt, best friend, and mentor you’ve always needed in your life. The successful jet-setting, global corporate executive founded the aspirational lifestyle brand Powerful Penny LLC. Her products, workshops and speeches probe, inspire and empower to ensure those who really want to can get to their next level of best. Her blogs on careers, prosperity, relationships, family, looking and living fabulously, and living a five-star life can be found at

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