For one-night stands, size does matter, but it's not penis length that women are concerned about — it's girth, a new study suggests. In the study, 41 women viewed and handled penises made on a 3D printer. The models were blue, and ranged in size from 4 inches long and 2.
To sate your curiosity and maybe give you even bigger complexes, sorry about thatI reached out to real women. The question: What goes through your head when you see a man's penis for the first time? Here are some of my favorite responses:.
Conceived and designed the experiments: NP GM. Women recalled model size accurately using this method, although they made more errors with respect to penis length than circumference. These first estimates of erect penis size preferences using 3D models suggest women accurately recall size and prefer penises only slightly larger than average.
Here is some of the commentary I received:. They just want you to know how to use it, which is reasonable:. Thank the heavens my husband was blessed with such attributes. This gal just wants a dick that looks like a dick:.
Verified by Psychology Today. All About Sex. And every time, comments have poured in from gals calling me a fool, saying that size matters a great deal to them.
Research shows that some penises are, regardless of size, considered better-looking than other penises. Fortunately, women seem more forgiving when it comes to penis appearance than men are. However, they rated overall genital appearance and manicured pubic hair as the most important factors.
You could call it a gentlemanly thing to do. And in a world where dicks are nearly always measured, discussed, mocked and boasted about in numbers describing length, not width, what if your particular truncheon is hefty across, and not down, as it were? That would mean the girth of your dick exceeds the average, which is 4.
Guys are very enamored by the size of their penises. I'd go as far as to say men care about this facet more than women do. But there's a reason for this: We've been pressured to think we're not big enough. And according to testimony, we aren't.
In Greek mythology, Priapus—the well-endowed god of fertility—was thrust off Mount Olympus, strongly disliked by other gods for his extra-large, permanently erect penis and foul-mindedness. Fast forward 2, years and Priapus would probably be a porn legend. Pornography has produced fabricated social norms that a big penis equals a good penis, a big penis means great sex and a big penis will give us the most pleasure.