When It Comes To Penis Size, This Is What Women Are Looking For
If we have to be frank and honest, scientists and men have been writing, fact-checking, investigating, and unlocking the mysteries surrounding male genitalia.
The near religious effort that researchers put into investigating everything that is the penis is almost parallel to the overcompensation that most men have when thinking about their own nether regions.
Rejoice, however, here’s another article revalidating those dark nagging fears when it comes to your tiny toothpick and how women actually don’t care that it’s really not as important as your curiosity.
According to TargetMap, though the average may vary regionally (North American Men at 5.9”, the Congo at 7”, and India at 3.6”) the general average globally hovers between 3 and 4 inches.
However a research article published in PLOS ONE reveals that women actually skew closer towards the average when it comes to preferred size. This study, which eschews traditional 2D imagery in lieu of 3D, states:
“This study used haptic stimuli to allow assessment of women’s size recall accuracy for the first time, as well as examine their preferences for erect penis sizes in different relationship contexts.”
This preferred method allowed researchers to more accurately reflect intent within their data.
The women who participated within the study were presented with 33 different 3D penises ranging from 2 to 7 inches in girth (that’s the thickness) and 4.5 to 8 inches in length (no further explanation necessary).
When questioned on preferred size in both a one night stand and a continuing relationship, the data revealed that women prefer a partner with 6.4 inches in length and 5 inches in girth.
So what does this mean for you? Well compared to previous statistics that produced skewed data, these numbers place you (I’m assuming your genitalia is close to average) is actually more statistically pleasing for women instead of the mondo dong you’ve been envisioning you needed to be equipped with.
At the end of the day, like I always say, it isn’t about how large your boat is, just how quickly you produce waves. So get your stroke game up and pipe with fury and you should be good.