The question of whether penis size really matters has long been argued among men, women, sexperts, and researchers. Although this debate has been raging since time immemorial, no one seems to have quite come up with a straight answer. Or, put another way, which matters more: length or girth? Typically, when we talk about penis size, we tend to focus on length rather than thickness.
As much as we love this male reproductive organ, an initial encounter with one can spark some mixed emotions. First off, if you're in the presence of one, it's very likely you're about to participate in some exciting sexy time. But since his package can come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors, it's totally normal to have a few thoughts on the status of his junk before it all goes down. Here, 10 things you've definitely thought after catching a glimpse of his man-parts. You did not see that one coming. Note to self: Google that later.
10 Thoughts Every Woman Has When She Sees a New Penis
The research team, led by urologist Dr. Tae Beom Kim from Gachon University in Incheon, Korea, measured the fingers and penises -- both stretched-out and flaccid -- of men who were anesthetized before undergoing urological surgery. Men's ring fingers are usually longer than their index fingers. But Kim and colleagues linked a larger gap in finger length -- a lower 2D:4D ratio -- to a longer stretched-out penis. The length of the penis when stretched is believed to correlate to its erect length, the team reported.
For so many men, the deeply symbolic and psychological attachment to the penis starts early and ensures it will always be a source of great anxiety. An analysis of what is considered to be the average penis size has been published in the British Journal of Urology International. Pulling together 17 studies involving up to 15, males, we now know that The figure is 9.