There is simply no way to deny it.Think about it. Even if you have a girl which is satisfied with a smaller penor then you're still screwed because the bigger the penor is the more surface you have. The more surface the more nerve endings the more feeling. What would be better? Inserting a finger into something or inserting the entire arm? Where do you think you would feel more with your finger or with your entire arm? With the entire arm of course and it's the same with the dick. The bigger and longer the more way you travel every time you insert it and draw it out again and you also have more surface and feel more. It's totally clear so this whole argument that size doesn't matter is complete BS even if you have a girl which doesn't care about size then you'd still feel more if you had a giant hammer down there. Imagine you have a really huge glans then this alone would be able to pick up much more sensations than a small glans. Think of it as an antenna. Which antenna picks up more the small one or the huge one?
Bigger is simply better
Welcome to A2A, baukim1993.
Your argument is based on the idea that (1) if your penis is bigger it will have more nerve endings, and (2) that more nerve endings would create a stronger impression in the brain. I'm not sure that either of these is obviously true. In particular, we know that the number of nerve endings per area of skin is not at all the same over the body (sensors are particularly concentrated in areas where they are needed most, such as fingers, face, tongue, and genitalia). So skin isn't made with a particular number of nerve endings per square centimetre. It might just as easily be that the number of nerve endings is exactly the same, regardless of size.
I do accept that there is a psychological advantage to a large penis, and also that, all other things being equal, it is likely to give more sensation to a woman--though too much will give pain. However, a big penis needs more blood to fill it, and I get the impression it is often less hard and rigid in erection. In any case, technique in usage is surely more important.
I should add that I don't deny the psychology, which seems to be universal across cultures. Perhaps it is like the peacock's tail, that a large one demonstrates a male who has the extra strength to support it--or in the human case, a healthy blood supply.