Is bigger better?
What speciﬁcally is there about a large. well-developed penis that commands the immediate attention and arousal of both sexes? It is likely a combination of atavistic and psychological factors. In primitive societies. the man with the biggest muscles. the most extensive herd. and the largest shelter commanded more power and prestige than his lesser-equipped fellow tribesmen. By sheer size and power he became the dominant force in the clan. In these tribal cultures, the male organ was viewed as the root of procreation. and therefore, the symbol of dominance. Bigness became synonymous with superiority—consequently the man with the largest penis became the tribal object of admiration, worship, and respect.
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A large penis carries the unmistakable connotation of power. In The Durable Fig Leaf, ethnologist Wolfgang Wickler comments that “psychoanalysts are in danger of overlooking the fact that the phallus...is a symbol of power." In their first book, Human Sexual Response Masters and Johnson remark that “the size of the male organ both in ﬂaccid and erect state has been presumed by many cultures to reﬂect directly the sexual prowess of the individual male.”
It may be a fair premise to theorize that the rise of phallicism and the fascination with the large penis can be traced to the equating of masculinity, dominance, and power with “bigness." The notion that “bigger is better” lingers with us today, so we might as well accept the fact (although not politically correct) that the genuine-
A male in a high degree of arousal is capable to ejaculating his semen 24' (0.7 meters) or greater. The large phallus is not only appealing from an aesthetic aspect, it also inspires awe and respect from the beholder. and instills a genuine sense of pride in the possessor.
A cursory linguistic examination of the English term “well- endowed" speaks volumes. Funk & Wagna1l’s Standard Dictionary defines “endowed”as “furnished or equipped as with natural talents or gifts"—certainly a desirable attribute in anybody’s book. And of course, the adverb “well” connotes a favorable state, as in “well-spoken,” “well-dressed,” and well-behaved."
Likewise, the colloquialism “well-endowed” contains a subliminal tip-of-the-hat to the desirability of a large organ. It is interesting to note that the term has a direct equivalent in virtually all Indo-European languages, meaning that it was likely coined by speakers of the aboriginal Proto-Indo European tongue thousands of years ago and still carries a favorable connotation among cultures around the globe. Were the presence of a large penis viewed as a hindrance or liability, our ancestors would have likely coined the term “encumbered" or “burdened.”