Amidst divisive local and international affairs and living conditions, it is impressive that British scientists focus on compiling over a dozen studies to examine the average penis size and what it means. Does it matter more to men or women? It is among the most vast of scientific inquiries. So who is more likely to have penis size envy? Women or men? Do you think it might be men?
Women think men love large breasts. Billions of USA dollars are spent for breast augmentation, push-up bras, and cleavage enhancers. Nearly 300,000 breast augmentations were done in 2014, second only to liposuction.
Of course, a man’s penis size isn’t there for all to see. Unless they are in a public shower, most penises are tucked behind zippers or flaps.
Actually, it appears that many men are concerned about their penis size. Science finds the answers. Was money well spent on penis size research? One study in the British Journal of Urology International, suggested that while the majority of women, some 85%, were satisfied with the size and proportion of their partner’s penis, men were less sure of themselves. 45% of men were unsatisfied, reported by Psychology Today online.
For all matters great and small that befall mankind, British Journal of Urology International studied data from 17 previous academic papers that included penis size measurements from a total of 15,521 men from around the world. The goal was to ascertain the average penis size. You have to love those British!
The statistics are in:
1) Flaccid lengths range around 7 to 10 centimeters (2.8-3.9 inches).
2) Flaccid circumferences range around 9 to 10 centimeters (3.5 to 3.9 inches).
3) Erect lengths range around 12 to 16 centimeters (4.7 to 6.3 inches).
4) Data from only one of the studies indicated erect circumference was around 12 centimeters (4.7 inches).
Women seem to focus on what and how men do instead of their size. They seek sincere passion and feelings of love.
Art, media, magazines, and fashion display “modern shaped” perfect women as having large breasts. Men and women are attracted to breast size. Two researchers point to excited hormones during breast-feeding a newborn baby. They indicate, “oxytocin and dopamine act together to help “imprint” the newborn’s face, smell and sounds into the mother’s reward circuitry, making breastfeeding and nurturing a pleasurable experience that will motivate her to keep doing those activities to strengthen the mother-infant bond.” Modern media promotes large breasts on women as an ideal. Both men and women are fascinated with large female breasts.
For many motivations, women may be more obsessed with larger breast sizes than men are, according to surveys. In more cases men are attracted by the shapes of women rather than the size of the breast. The breast focus may also be a product of Western ideologies and competitive evolution for both men and women. So do large female breasts represent the survival of the fittest?
Whether vanity or other conditions, women appear less focused on penis size than men are. As far as plastic surgeons adore, women are more preoccupied with female breast sizes than men. In the last 2 decades years, the average bust size has increased from 34B to 36C but there are no measurements whether breast augmentation led to this change. Obesity could also contribute.
Women’s views that penis size really doesn’t matter were culled from various surveys. Women are, however, more sensitive in dealing with a man’s indelicate penis size feelings and offer ways of dealing with given situations. Generally, the language and thought differences among men and women regarding body shapes and sizes are really less important than other intimacy factors. Taste is really personal.
For those interested in increasing penis size or breast size through plastic surgery, there are short and long-term side effects. These procedures are not covered by insurance.
The entire stress about breast size and penis size, according to the British study, is that the differences don’t really matter. It’s all in the mind and in your perceived reality. Does it merit talk and dialog? Likely it will.
Why average penis size or breast size matters seems a rather foolish thing for scientists to study when there are more pressing medical concerns. In the stigma and fears of competition, perhaps average no longer suffices. Yet there are many more qualities to be shared by men and women in all types of relationships.
Penis size and breast size are only variables but many variables are required to attract and establish enduring relationships. That may require compilations of many studies. Are they worth pursuing?
Scientific sexual studies proceed empirically on general topics and sex/gender roles in society. On these levels penis size matters may matter. Within general society and intimate social exchanges, penis, breast, or body sizes really mean less on average. There are other things going on.