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"The bigger the penis, the better the sex." This assumption is a staple of modern fiction when it comes to Sex Tropes.
It's the reason why Compensating for Something is, by its very nature, an insult — everybody knows that a man has a big penis (or at the very least, an average one).
The female equivalents for this trope are Buxom Is Better or Gag Boobs. When taken to extremes can become a case of Anatomically Impossible Sex, or alternately of Writers Cannot Do Math.
I changed the names in case something like it actually happened.If a story character has been given a role of a "teenager", it means that he or she is a 18-20 years old teenager, thus, an adult person.Characters involved in sexual acts must be perceived as at least 18 years old teenagers, thus, as adult persons.A heroic character, when his penis is mentioned (which isn't all that often, except by innuendo), will usually have a big one.Consequently, this is also the reason why villainous or loser characters are portrayed as having a small penis, or a small something else meant to represent a penis.