How to Measure Your Penis

Learn how to measure your penis from sex therapist Dr. Megan Fleming in this Howcast video about the psychology of sex.

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If you're looking at this video, and you want to know how to measure your penis, I can imagine you're thinking perhaps it's not quite measuring up, so to speak. And you're just really curious to know exactly you know, how you fit in, and whether or not you're quote unquote, in the normal range. And the most important thing I want to give you is that, it really doesn't matter. It may be a disappointment, but I am not going to answer your question. Your penis is exactly what it is, and the best thing you can do is love your body and your penis for how it looks, how it feels and the pleasure that not only gives you, and I'm sure you know all the ways it does, but also the ways that you can pleasure your partner. Focusing on confidently, your ability to pleasure a partner, is one of the biggest turn-ons. And I think it's important to realize you have many tools at your disposal, and not just how big or large or wide your penis is. So, think out of the box and realize, love what you have, enjoy all of the sensation and stimulation you can experience and focus on all of the different ways to give each other pleasure.

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  • Dr. Megan Fleming, Ph.D

    Dr. Megan Fleming is passionate about the role that sex plays in leading your best life. She skillfully guides her clients to achieve the life, relationships and sex that they want by helping them know, name and transcend what’s getting in their way. Dr. Fleming is a clinical psychologist and certified sex and relationship therapist. For the past 15 years, she has had a thriving practice in NYC. The founder of the Sexual Health and Rehabilitation Program (SHARP) at Beth Israel Medical Center, she currently is a Clinical Instructor of Psychology in Psychiatry for New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical College. Widely regarded as a sex and relationship expert, she is frequently seen and quoted in the media.