an Instinctive and Fundamental Preference for Bigger Penises...
- ...so that there
will be a continuous supply of big penis genetics in the human
species, enough to keep the average penis size sufficiently large to
- ...so that her offspring will also be able to
impregnate other females and as such carry on her genes.
The first part of this explanation might sound farfetched but
maybe it makes more sense if you imagine the
women desiring small penises. This would eventually cause the human
species to be extinct because men's penises would become so
small that they won't even be able to ejaculate inside the vagina.
Then you might wonder why nature doesn't provide all men with big
penises if they are so much in demand. For one thing, nature might
be perfect as a whole, but surely it is not in its individual
parts. Moreover, if all men were well equipped, it could lead to such
enormous penises that they would become useless for copulation as
well. So, the big ones are preferred but the small penises are
necessary to prevent the big ones from degenerating into giant
second part is more obvious. Instinctively, a woman wants to produce offspring, carrying her genes into
future generations. Therefore
her ultimate instinctive desire is to become pregnant. That is not
a problem since there are plenty of men available. But it is exactly this
that creates a problem: the fact that there are so many men available and actually
having sex with her! A woman knows instinctively that any females her
future son will be mating with, will be just as promiscuous as
This means that if her son doesn't have the superior traits (big penis and big ejaculation) he might never impregnate any
female at all. She wants to be sure that in the event she has a son, he will be the best male
around, with superior genes so he will have higher chances to impregnate other
women. Remember that the whole
purpose of living beings is to replicate. Like anthropologist Robin Fox
"we have to see it, ultimately, as the strategy of the genes to produce replicas of themselves."