Delusions of grandeur

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  1. D_Kay_Sarah_Sarah

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    Not sure if i am alone here but i seem to be noticing that some of the male members here (mostly new) seem to be deluded about what size women consider average and enough to satisfy them/us.

    I know most of them come here out of curiosity and to see what catagory they fit into (small-average-large). But i think it is important to reassure these men that this site is unique in there are so many size queens condensed into one site, and even though we do love size and talk as if it is common we know (i do) finding such a well endowed man that exsists here is very rare.



    So please ladies, help me in reassuring that we like size but dont expect EVERY man to be huge and hung like a horse
     
  2. viking1

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    Well said! I agree completely. Someone should start an Average Penis Support Group. To go with LPSG, and the various small support groups.

    One of the ladies on here once said: "I've never met a man who didn't think he was king of the jungle." I guess that's just how men are, or most men, anyway. I never had much problem with ego. I know my place on the cock scale, and on life's social scale. My place on either has nothing to do with king, and has more to do with janitor. I am well aware of it, too.
     
  3. B_superlarge

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    I don't know if you are including me in this group of guys you are referring to, but I suspect it may be the case. At any rate, if you read my posts you will find that I have been very involved in trying to debate some issues involving correlations (such as shower vs grower, height vs penis length, etc.). Correlations exist, and I have backup.

    I do also post into threads about size and the better sex correlation I believe exists from my experiences and from comparing group sex porn, and overhearing a neighbor when she switched bfs, and by studying the vaginal makeup in detail, and anything else I can get people to talked about to add to it as some info is hard to come by.

    I'm a size king (in a sense) in that I'm into built women with big curves and I opening state I much prefer that. So in a way I feel I can relate to size queens as I like the way size queens will tend to tell it like it is when it comes to penis size. At least I understand them, many guys don't. I've heard guys refer to sizequeens as superficial sluts. I don't feel that way at all, and think those guys are just reacting in a self defense mode because they don't have big dicks and their egos don't like what they hear.

    I'm not into culkolding. None whatsoever. It was quite hard on me when I was cheated on. If I'm being clumped into the pile of new guys with average small dicks that are acting a certain way then I would appreciate it if you realise I'm different than that in some ways. I'm math minded, analytical, and have a big fetish in that I desire my dick to be very big (I do penis exercises), and am blown away by big curves, and I do admit I find it amazing to watch a woman take all of a very long one and thick ones also.

    Sure, size queens don't represent the general population when it comes to the penis size matter. Size matters to most women to some extent, just not on the size queen level. Despite that, I believe one can usually get less sugar coated response from size queens on the matter. I've tried talking with some non size queens about this stuff, and the amount of sugar coated double talk is amazing.

    I haven't PMed anyone, and I haven't chatted with anyone. All my posts have been straight forward with no bs. Granted, I'm not big. Wish I was though. Want me to leave? I won't stay where I'm not wanted.
     
  4. whatireallywant

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    And I can relate because I wish I had the "big curves". I will never have them except with multiple surgeries - I'm just genetically cursed. I have seen what the women in my extended family look like, and nearly all of them have a similar shape to mine.

    My ideal has never been the stick-thin type that the anorexics are trying to be. I've always wanted to look more like a Marilyn Monroe or Jayne Mansfield. Closest to my ideal type that I'd want to look like in modern celebrity is Jessica Simpson. And while all these are blondes, I'm fine with being a brunette and would love to look like Raquel Welch in her heyday as well.

    I also seem to be built for a well endowed man, although of course you can't tell that from looking at me. But not all women are specifically looking for this. Many don't care one way or the other, and some of the women I've known prefer average and smaller men, and don't want a big guy. I just fear that since I don't have the "curves", I won't attract ANY men, well endowed or otherwise.
     
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    Whatireallywant...
    Don't despair. There are many guys, myself included, that prefer less curvaceous women. I happen to go nuts for women who are very small on top... A cup. Or smaller. And even though I find that look to be incredibly sexy, it is only a tiny part of what makes a woman attractive to me. It really is the entire package, and not just the physical package. Sometimes a woman who is nothing like my "standard" type just turns me on so intensely because she just has something that gets under my skin.

    You'll find someone, someone will find you. Just be open to the possibilities!
     
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    dammit girl... you are gorgeous ! hell I'm straight and I think your hot !
     
  7. whatireallywant

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    I'm too busty for you. :biggrin1:

    Just had to say that... heehee...

    Yeah, I think it's true about someone who is not your "standard" type can turn you on. My "standard" type of man is tall and lanky, but my best lovers have been tall, stocky men, and one man of average height (or a little shorter) and build.

    Now tell that to the guys where I grew up, who won't even CONSIDER dating a girl unless she's very busty!:rolleyes:
     
  8. whatireallywant

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    Awww...thanks! :smile:

    Everyone here probably knows this already, but SensualGoth and I know each other in real life. She was over at my place for dinner and watching "Sex and the City" episodes last night, in fact! Yeah, it would've been even better if we both had hot guys with us, though!

    (we could've tried out those Tantric Sex techniques on our hot guys!)
     
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    I'm more into curves than very many guys. I put so much emphasis on it that it enters fetish territory in my case. I'm not typical.

    Perhaps you could dress differently, or perhaps you could work out and indeed adjust your shape at least some towards what you desire. From reading some of your posts I get the impression of a sincere and intelligent person typing. Have you thought about joining a local club that pertains to an activity or subject that interests you? There are clubs of just about any type one can think of. Book clubs, bowling, chess (I played in chess clubs and chess tournaments for many years and they are 99% guys and some had no companion), ufo, walking, biking, etc. Birds of a feather flock together, and sometimes couples are formed. A common interest is always a plus towards feeling a bond.
     
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    I think that sometimes women contribute to guys who are average or even smaller thinking they're hung like a mule. Most of us have an inbuilt instinct to be supportive so when a guy says 'am I the biggest you ever had', we find it hard to say 'no actually you're nowhere near.'
     
  11. whatireallywant

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    Oh, every guy I know is into curves! They won't even consider someone like me. I can't even count the number of times I've been rejected because of that.

    I have been slimmer than I am now. I was the same basic body type, just slimmer. I tend to lose weight all over rather than just the places I want to lose. I even would lose where I want to gain! So working out, while beneficial for my health and all, would not get me the results I want.

    I'm working on getting more flattering clothes, but I'm limited by my budget right now. I am only working temporary jobs when I am working, and go back and forth between temp jobs and unemployment. This has been the case for the past two years.

    I'm in several clubs here and have been in them for some time. I'm very shy in real life so I don't know if this is from the shyness or because of my looks, but not one guy has expressed any interest in me here. Not one. They're friendly enough, but nothing beyond that. I think most of them have girlfriends though. Granted, there aren't that many who I am interested in, either. There are some, but they really don't seem to acknowledge my existence.

    Very true about "birds of a feather flock together" - this reminds me of a greeting card I saw once that cracked me up. On the outside it said "Birds of a feather flock together", then you opened it up and it said "Wanna flock?" :biggrin1: I often have trouble opening up to people because of how many people have expressed open hostility toward me in the past because of my views and interests (not so much anything about my body). I have been mostly surrounded by a lot of sexist, racist, fundamentalist people.
     
  12. whatireallywant

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    Guys shouldn't ask that question! It's the male equivalent of a woman asking "Does this make me look fat?" :eek:
     
  13. viking1

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    Being supportive is good. Not that I'd ever ask a woman that question.
    I have better sense...

    My real question is: are us guys really that gullible? Don't guys know when they are average, small, big, etc? I guess maybe it's just the old "bluff my ego" thing.
     
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    whatireallywant - I hate it when they fish for information regarding how big on our scale of guys we've had they fit, or if they're the best we ever had. It shouldn't matter what we did in the past, I've never asked a man if I was better than his previous partners, or any related question.
     
  15. whatireallywant

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    Yeah, I would never ask a guy if I was the best he'd ever had - I may not like the answer! :eek:

    The only one I can be sure of that, at the time, I was the best he'd ever had was my second guy - he was a virgin when he started dating me. :biggrin1:
     
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    Well, Lee_M, isn't it hard to say that with a straight face when your signature says size is crucial?!:biggrin1: (I'm only messing with ya!)

    All kidding aside, I think only SOME women think this way.

    Until I came to this web site, I never, ever heard/saw women talking with any emphasis on size. In other words, it simply wasn't a topic of conversation among ANY of the different female friends I've had.
     
  17. viking1

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    That's comforting! I take it that you aren't a "size queen"?
     
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  19. Wyldgusechaz

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    All women are size queens to an extent. there is a size that works best for them.

    Jewish men some are supposed to be a bit bigger.

    Got new pics for you nj.

    LOL.


     
  20. Osiris

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    And again I say you are beautiful. The one thing about this site is that the majority of members that are active regularly possess the greatest sex organ of all...

    A brain and the ability to use it.

    The fact that you all look fabulous is just a huge bonus.

    Stop putting yourself down. You are a sexy woman and it's the guys who don't see it that are losing out.
     
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