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How much does SIZE MATTER to a woman?

There is no man on this Earth who at some point in his life has not worried about whether his penis was big enough or manly enough to satisfy a woman. These people worry that their penis is not the right size, or the right shape, but mostly they are concerned that it does not have what it takes to bring a woman to orgasm.

The answer in aid of this common male concern comes from the most thorough study of penis size to date. According to an article published in the British Journal of Urology International, the average size of the male genital organ is 9.16 cm “at rest” and 13.12 cm when erect.

Beyond easy ironies, the purpose of the research was to provide accurate scientific data to appease men’s insecurities on the subject, which could give rise to very serious psychological problems.

Largest Study On Penis Length Revealed…

To clarify once and for all what the numbers are all about, David Veale-a psychiatrist at the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust-has reviewed with his colleagues seventeen scientific studies conducted on a total of 15,521 men from around the world, with measurements taken according to standardized procedures. From the large sample it appears that the average length of the male penis is-as mentioned earlier- 9.16 cm in length and 9.13 cm in girth when the organ is flaccid, and 13.12 cm in length by 11.66 cm in girth when it is in an erect state.

Exceptions to the average are quite rare: only five out of 100 men have genitalia longer than 16 cm, and only five out of 100 have a penis shorter than 10 cm. The length considered is from the pubic bone to the tip of the glans, excluding skin folds or inches of fat.

Further research found that women, when viewing various digitally altered images depicting the same person with a different sized penis in each photo, did not rate the subject with the largest or smallest penis as the most attractive, but the one with the intermediate size.

The penis is the only part of the male anatomy that stands alone, since its size is neither correlated with body mass index nor with the size of the foot or hand, but only slightly with the height of the person.

Of course, there are also outliers in the world, and there are men with particularly large (or small) penises, but the latter are the exception, not the rule. And while women have a predilection for penises that are proportionate in size (relative to the rest of the body), your personal measurements should never be considered an issue that will in any way hinder your ability to meet and date attractive women; nor should it prevent you from becoming intimate with one to provide her with a sexually satisfying experience.

Don’t be Intimidated by the Size of Your Penis

Men who constantly worry about the size of their penis and their ability to satisfy a woman are more likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction, and, as a result, experience very low levels of self-esteem.

If a woman comes to think that you are insecure about the size of your penis, even if it is not an actual problem-or at least not a problem for her-she may one day decide to use your “penis anxiety” against you anyway.

Therefore, you should never let concerns about your penis or its size be a source of weakness. According to data provided by science, there is a 95% chance that you have nothing to worry about.

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