Do Asian guys really underperform?

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I am a UK born and bred Desi guy (Indian origin) and I've always been a bit worried to some extent because of my experiences about my size and stamina.

The other night whilst drinking I got a little loose lipped and blurted it out to a close friend when the subject came to sex (she is Punjabi). What she admitted to me was that she hadn't really been satisfied by the Asian guys that she had been with as they had all came really fast during penetration and that the guys of other races she had been with had last longer and other Asian girls she had chatted to had similar experiences.

In terms of size she said never seen an Asian with a "big" one but they tend to be smaller end of average in terms of length but girth was generally okay but she said it didn't really matter.

I was wondering if any women here have experiences with Asian guys that are similar or contrary to above and if other Asian guys have same anxieties?
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I mean no but I'm sure if I bump this you'll find someone with something to add.
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Sounds like her **** is too wide. Khanjri kuti phenchod randi

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I'm caucasian and I'm around 6" but had an Asian friend who I used to masturbate with through puberty who was definitely at least 7" maybe 8" and he'd always last longer so even though on average Asian guys may be smaller from experience, not all are.
I think a lot of guys may have stamina problems though.
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(Original post by SMEGGGY)
Sounds like her **** is too wide. Khanjri kuti phenchod randi

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I certainly don't think such comments are warranted. This kind of attitude towards dialogues between Asian men and women when it comes to sex simply makes Asian women more quiet about speaking up. Using such language just reinforces the patriarchal nature of our culture that just keeps being passed down.
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nah that's one of those stereotypes it's likely that the the women you're referring to have either just been with asian people with less stamina by coincidence or are experiencing confirmation bias even if the times would roughly average out. Overall, it's more about making sure that the person you're with is satisfied. Ask what they're into, make sure they like what you're doing, and if you're worried about your stamina, practice lasting longer during masturbation
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This is coming from a gay male. My experience with asian men reinforces my belief that stereotypes are untrue, especially those that are ethnically or racially based. Only cultural stereotypes have a smidgen of truth because they are sowed by social and cultural norms within society.
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(Original post by danieldickenson)
This is coming from a gay male. My experience with asian men reinforces my belief that stereotypes are untrue, especially those that are ethnically or racially based. Only cultural stereotypes have a smidgen of truth because they are sowed by social and cultural norms within society.
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If Asians usually underperform, how come they are so successful in reproduction?

And BTW, there's no real study that points to a difference in penis size that's linked to ethnicity.

The hypothesis was proposed by a racist psychologist (not a medic or anything) to propagate the idea that black people are focused only on sexual reproduction and easterners are only focused on intelligence, leaving white people to be the perfect race in the "goldilocks zone" of balancing the need for sexual reproduction and intelligence.

The current "evidence" you can find usually falls into one of these categories:
1. completely made up - there are websites that literally cite each other as sources, and claim they couldn't be any more specific as they were sensitive data;
2. self-reported - there are many websites that have allowed random internet users to self report their penis sizes, and anyone can type in anything, claiming to be from any nation;
3. unrepresentative - many sources from more scholarly articles cite sources that were in no way, shape, or form from random sampling. Examples were "a diary of a French war doctor during WWI" and "data from 30 men at the Afghan sexual health clinic".

And as a racial hypothesis, the make-up data do not match what we know about races in different countries at all.

To give you several examples:
a. Caribbean countries are mostly populated by black people, and many of the countries on the continents have a significant black population. Yet, in many "studies", they don't have particularly long penises, presumably because the racists who made up the numbers forgot the fact that those countries are around just as black as many African countries are;
b. the United States is usually listed alongside European countries, despite the fact that it has a lot more black people among their population, compared to say, Ireland and Poland;
c. Mexico is somehow listed with longer penises compared to all other Latin American countries. The interesting thing about Mexico's ethnic makeup is the fact that it's mostly Native American-white mixed, with a very significant portion of Native Americans. So why is that a problem for this hypothesis? Native Americans are Mongols, just like East Asians are. So, if the hypothesis is true, Mexico would have shorter penises if anything, especially compared to Brazil and Venezuela and Colombia (a lot more black people), as well as nations such as Argentina (practically all white). But of course the racists who made up the numbers didn't realize Native Americans are by blood the same race as East Asians are.
d. East Asians are not all from the same evolutionary origin. In regions such as southern China, Macau, and Hong Kong, the Han Chinese population was mixed heavily with peoples coming from Indochina. People in northern China, as well as Korea and Japan, came from an entirely different evolutionary route in the north.
e. Somehow Australia has reportedly longer penises despite the fact that it's mostly white, with East Asians being its biggest immigration group after that.

There is no evolutionary reason why certain groups would develop longer penises compared to others. There isn't a limit on how people could evolve - to say "blacks evolved with longer penises so they ran out of evolutionary energy to be smart" is not scientific. And of course, if the hypothesis were correct, which there's no evidence suggesting it is, then it'd simply prove the irrelevance of penis length, as China and India are currently the most populated states on Earth.
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I once gave a handjob to an asian friend who had a small penis - and it was one of the most tedious things I have been involved with. He wanted to do more but it seemed such a waste of time and effort and was increasingly more awkward. I remember thinking how this made his penis the elephant in the room and how that was such a terrible and somewhat ironic turn of phrase, given the circumstances.

I'm sure in practice it's less about what you have and how you're using it, and you're enthusiasm for the partner you are with. There's nothing you can do about it either, so it's not really worth worrying about.
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Whilst I appreciate the answers things have seemingly been boiled down to size when stamina was the element I was most concerned about and I had been hoping to get more response from Desi guys and women
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