How too much fat ‘consumes’ your penis

every man wish to have a healthy body especially when it comes to their sex
life. No man would wish to be classified as poor in bed by their female
counterparts. Here is a research I happened to stumble upon warning the obese
men how too much fat affects their sex life.
you are in this category take notes

Maurice Matheka,
a city-based relationship expert and sexologist concurs with Dr David
Thuo, attesting that an obese person may desire sex, “but that may be as
far as it goes.”

Obesity is a stumbling block as “penis growth is hindered in
obese men,” explains Matheka, adding that, “Too much fat tends to
‘consume’ their organs. This is when it is already difficult for this
man to achieve an erection due to erratic blood circulation. And even
when they achieve an erection, it becomes difficult for them to maintain
it. That extremely affects the quality of sex since it is an act that
requires some length of time for the parties involved.” 

Matheka notes that ‘obesity and sexy’ are not cute in one sentence
and vocabulary gets limited as couples age, wrinkling the idea of

“An obese person is probably suffering from stress and low
self-esteem,” Matheka says, adding that good sex and intimacy “are only
achieved when the mind has no clutter and is fully focused on the act.”

But in many cases, Matheka observes, women’s sex lives are not
grimly affected by body size as they achieve good intimacy if their
partners are athletic blokes.

“All the woman has to do is focus her mind on the act: it is not
upon her to get the act going,” says Matheka, warning that, “If a woman
doesn’t believe she is not sexually appealing to her partner, even if he
tells her she is, she will find it difficult to connect and have
meaningful intimacy.” 

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