Woman Claims Husband’s Large Penis Ruined Their Marriage

Can a large penis size spell disaster for a marriage?

If you ask Aisha Dannupawa, a mother of three in Nigeria, the answer is yes. Dannupawa married Ali Maizinari without realizing how well endowed he was, and when the couple consummated their marriage, she found herself in the midst of a “living nightmare.”

According to Dannupawa, instead of enjoying the sex, “it turned out to be something else because his penis was too big.”

“I told my mother the experience but she told me to endure and that with time, I will be able to cope,” said Dannupawa. “She then gave me some drugs.”

When the drugs didn’t help, she knew that the marriage would have a hard time lasting, unlike Maizinari according to reports.

In the end, it was all “too much to bear,” but, the Nigerian Tribune reports, the courts aren’t ready to allow the divorce just yet. They have advised the pair to go back and try reconciling before a final order will be given.

For Ali’s part, he isn’t trying to make excuses. Opposing Views notes that he did not deny the large penis size accusation and that he’d be willing to go through with the divorce, but would expect to be compensated for what he’s out from the courtship and marriage period.

As for the topic of penis size, the Inquisitr recently took a hard-hitting look at one study that, using 15,000 penises as a metric, found that in an erect state, the average penis measures at 5.16 inches (13.12 cm) in length and 4.6 inches (11.66 cm) girth; and in a flaccid state, it measures 3.6 inches (9.16cm) in length with a girth of 3.7 inches (9.31cm).

No word on how Ali measured up, or how large one has to be before discomfort sets in for the partner.

The findings “reassure the large majority of men that the size of their penis is in the normal range,” researchers wrote in the final report conducted by BJU International.

In the analysis, there was no evidence found by the researchers to stipulate that the size of a man’s penis is determined by his race, although most participants of the study had European and Middle Eastern lineage so a full comparison could not have been made. Furthermore, the scientists did not find a plausible link between the size of a man’s foot and the length of his member.

In the end, researchers acknowledged their findings as “somewhat dubious,” as some volunteers from across the different studies might have only partaken in the analysis because they were more confident about the size of their penis than the general population.

As for the divorce case, do you think that penis size is a reason for a couple to end a marriage?

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