Vera Sidika and Otile Brown made headlines last year following their wild romance, albeit short-lived. Their break up was even more memorable, as they threw wild accusations against each other.
Vera has now moved on to another man whose name she has kept secret. However, Vera hasn’t changed tack as far as sharing personal details about the relationship with her followers on social media.
This weekend, Vera shared a screenshot of a conversation she had with a follower. The fan wanted to make sure Sidika is ok with the size of her current lover’s msokolombo. The follower wrote mockingly:
I hope you will not cry about his small mjulubeng.
But Vera would hear none of it and went savage on the follower, sayin:
I guess you have not heard about Senegalese men. You should just humble yourself and be quiet.
This is quite the contrast to the way she mocked and ridiculed Otile Brown after their horrific break-up. Queen Vee, as she calls herself on Instagram, alleged that the “Baby Love” singer was packing a baby (get it?) in his pants. She also claimed that he was an in and out lover who did not satisfy her.
Let’s now take this opportunity to dispel some myths and misconceptions about the male genitalia.
Penis size and shoe size
Two urologists conducted a study in England in 2002 and showed that shoe size and penis size do not go hand in hand. So the next time you see a man wearing size 11-12 shoes, do not be intimidated!
Do women care about penis size?
A 2002 study published in European Urology asked women the importance they attributed to penile size using two metrics: length and girth.
In general, the study revealed, most women felt that penile size was unimportant to them. It would appear that to the extent that size matters, girth is more important than length. Of note, the authors seem to have identified the well-known “size queen” effect, as those women who cared about one metric seemed to also care about the other. Is Vera a size queen?
Length versus Girth and Female Sexual Pleasure
A 2001 study by Russell Eisenman published in BMC Women’s Health asked 50 women whether girth or length contributed more to their sexual pleasure. A total of 98% of the surveyed women responded that the thickness of a penis was a more important elicitor of pleasure.
This suggests that to the extent that a man’s penis size is important to a woman’s sexual pleasure, it all resides in the thickness.
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