No, these secrets have nothing to do with the sexual prowess of the new found love of your life, but a human evolutionary process that gives rise (no pun intended) to the shape of the human penis today.
An article, Secrets of the Phallus: Why Is the Penis Shaped Like That? in Scientific American by Jesse Berring gives us an explanation of why the shape of the penis is the way it is today and how its anatomy plays a role in reproductive success by displacing sperm in the vagina placed there by other mates. The process is known as the “Semen Displacement Theory.”
The “head”, otherwise known as the glans penis acts as a plunger that sucks out semen possibly placed by a competitor. Those mates equipped with a better “plunger” stood a better chance of displacing another male’s semen and therefore more chance of passing on their genes. The article refers to a behavioral study that shows how sex is more vigorous if a mate suspects infidelity. More vigorous and deeper penetration also means more semen displacement.
Another revelation is how the post ejaculatory sleepy affect acts as prevention against the possibility of “self-displacement of semen” by a second helping of subsequent sex. The refractory period plays a part in reproductive success by acting as a mechanism for avoiding self displacement of semen and gives sperm time to reach an ovum. If you are too tired and temporarily impotent to engage in a second helping soon afterwards, there is less chance of displacing semen and therefore more chance of impregnation.
In other words, the evolutionary process is most definitely involved in the shape of things to come, in a manner of speaking.