If you’ve ever asked a girl if penis size matters and she said no, I’m afraid to tell you that she was lying.
Furthermore, if you asked her how you measure up and she said that you’re “normal or “average,” she meant small.
That doesn’t mean you’re bad in bed; you can definitely make up for it in other areas.
You just don’t have the coveted perfect penis. According to a recent study, such a thing exists: the ideal penis size. Keep reading to find out how you measure up.
International averages. First of all, let’s take a quick look at these international averages. Hmm. I wonder how much a flight to the Congo is. Anyway, let’s not make any jokes about Kim Jong Un’s pent up rage and North Korea’s placement on the list.
Ideal d size. According to a 2015 report from the University of California and the University of New Mexico, the ideal penis size for women is 6.3 inches or 6.4 inches for a one-time encounter. On average, women preferred 6.3-inch penises with 4.8 inches around, and for one-night hookups, they preferred something larger: 6.4 inches. Source: Huffington Post.
Size really does matter. The majority of women surveyed said that they had, in fact, rejected a man because his penis size was too small. The majority of women surveyed also said that they would prefer an average guy with a larger d than a hot guy with a below average.
Exaggeration. It also appears that there is quite a disparity between what men believe the average penis size is and what women do. This doesn’t just apply to the US, as you can see.
Your measurement. Remember, the ideal d size is 6.3-6.4″ according to the ladies, which is slightly above average. Get out the good ole tape measure and see what you’re working with.
Girth. Girth also plays an important role. A long, skinny d is no good, nor is a beer can
European men. Here’s a look at how some European men measure up. Hmm…you’ve always wanted to see Copenhagen, right?
Perceived and average. This chart also shows penis expectations versus reality. It looks like the US has the biggest disparity. Well, at least we have the biggest something on the list.
Average. Again, this shows the average American d size. Add about another inch and you’ve got the ideal d, assuming girth is not all out of whack.
The importance of size. If this chart is to be believed, d size is not all that important to women. I therefore must state that this chart is questionable, at best. I would wager a guess that the majority of women who said that it doesn’t matter or it’s not all that important were just trying to be nice.
One-time partners. It is also worth noting that women prefer men with larger ds for one-night stands. So, uh, keep that in mind next time you’re at a wedding, guys with above average ds.
Global penises. Ladies, for those of you who DO care about d size, here’s a little infographic for you. Time to renew that passport.
USA. I can’t believe we’re not number one on this list, guys. Come on. U-S-A! U-S-A!
Measuring up. In all honesty, in most surveys, women have stated that their partner’s penis size isn’t all that important. There are a lot of other things that come into play in the bedroom.
The bottom line. The bottom line, men, is that we’re not all that worried about your d. It’s the person attached to the d that matters.