Ever heard a woman say that size doesn't matter and then as proof she offers up that she would rather be with an average one that knows how to use it than be with a big one that doesn't. It might not be those exact words. It can be some version of it, such as saying good looks plus average dick is better than not good looking plus big dick. Women who say size doesn't matter and then give such examples for some reason think they are giving proof that size doesn't matter to them. When I read or hear such sentences I see/hear a lie, or perhaps it's often just plain ole in denial in some cases. If they 100% thought bigger isn't better then they would not give uneven examples that give the smaller guy some sort of advantage. Not only are the examples not balanced, notice they never ever dare throw the bigger guy the advantage. An example such as her saying she would rather be with 'average and doesn't know how to use it' than 'big and knows how to use it'. That is never offered up as proof. Never. What is always the case in such examples is the woman gives the smaller dick guy some sort of advantage to go along with his size. Why did she do that. If his penis size is truly equal in her eyes then she would not feel compelled to throw him some sort of advantage to go along with his size. In case that somehow isn't perfectly clear. What if when a guy is asked if bigger breasts are better to him, and he were to say "Bigger breasts are not better to me. I would rather be with a woman that has average breasts and a great personality than a woman who has large breasts and a terrible personalty". Would not that smell like less than a totally honest answer. Why did he add the personality part, and why was the advantage of a better personality given to the woman with the smaller breasts. I think there are some women who prefer average, but the ones who feel the need to give such uneven examples give away that it's not them. Not 100% honesty (or perhaps they think they are being 100% honest, but are in denial). "Size doesn't matter to me", or "Average is just as good" or "Average is better" is said, yet read their followup examples and the 100% unvarnished truth is unwittingly revealed.