New study suggests penis size does matter, we repeat, DOES matter to women 5 years ago

New study suggests penis size does matter, we repeat, DOES matter to women

A study conducted by researchers at the Australian National University has found that penis size does have an impact on how attractive women find men, but maybe not in the way that you'd think.

The study found a strong, positive relationship between flaccid penis size and attractiveness, but only up to a certain point.

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The relative increase in attractiveness starts to diminish after the size of the flaccid penis reaches 2.9 inches, meaning that once your penis is bigger than this under-average size, perceptions of attractiveness begin to level out (other studies suggest that an average penis is roughly 3.5 to 3.9 inches in length), and size matters less.

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The study, however, still contradicts assertions that 'size doesn't matter' to most women - instead suggesting that bigger is better up until just under three inches while flaccid, after which it becomes less important.

The study also found that women find men more attractive based on height (the taller the better) and shoulder-to-hip ratio (a greater shoulder-to-hip ratio is preferable.)

We are sorry you had to find out this way.