There isn’t a man alive who hasn’t, at some point, worried that his penis wasn’t big enough or virile enough to satisfy a woman. Penis size is a major source of concern for men.
Men worry that their penis isn’t the right size, they worry that their penis isn’t the right shape, and they worry that their penis doesn’t have what it takes to bring a woman to orgasm. The truth is, the majority of penises when measured fall within just a couple of centimeters of each other.
The most extensive study on penis size, published in the British Journal of Urology, measured 15,521 penises around the world (including Africa, the Middle East, Europe, and North America).
The results of the study found that the average penis was 5.2 inches in length with a circumference of 4.6 inches. Men in the 25th or 75th percentile—meaning men who were either 25 percent smaller or larger than average—were only one centimeter bigger or smaller than the average 5.2 inches.
Extremely small or large penises were rare. Only 5 percent of participants had a penis larger than 6.3 inches, and less than 5 percent of participants had a penis smaller than 3.9 inches.
Further research found that women when viewing digitally altered pictures of the same man with a different sized penis, didn’t rate the man with the largest penis or smallest penis as the most attractive; the women rated the man with the intermediate or “average” sized penis as the most attractive.
The Largest Penis Size Study Reveals…
The most extensive penis size study in history reveals that most male penises are approximately the same size (give or take a couple of centimeters). The penis is the one part of the male anatomy that stands alone as penis size is neither correlated with body mass index, foot size, hand size and is only slightly correlated with height.
There are, of course, outliers, and men with large and small penises do exist, but these men are the exception, not the rule. And while women have a preference for proportionally sized penises (relative to a man’s body), penis size isn’t an issue that should cripple your ability to meet and date attractive women, nor should it prevent you from getting intimate with a woman and providing her with a sexually satisfying experience.
Don’t Let Penis Size be Your Weakness
Men who constantly worry about the size of their penis and their ability to satisfy a woman are more likely to suffer erectile dysfunction and experience lower levels of confidence as a result. If a woman thinks you’re insecure about the size of your penis, even if it’s not an issue or a problem for her, she might one day decide to use your “penis anxiety” against you. You mustn’t let concerns about your penis or its size be a source of weakness. According to science, there’s a 95 percent chance you’ve got nothing to worry about.