Size Doesn't Matter: 'Penis Shame' Is All in Guys' Heads
Size Doesn't Matter: 'Penis Shame' Is All in Guys' Heads | Live Science
But what I know is that I had only ever seen my brother, my father and myself naked before that moment. But this kid was my age and my size—except for one part. And that part was bigger. Shockingly so. Nevertheless, at that moment, realizing that I was clearly smaller than my friend, I felt inferior for the first time in my life.
Men are too insecure about penis size to ever stop worrying about it
In a survey conducted by Cosmopolitan , 1, readers between the ages of 18 and 34 were polled on various sex topics from penis size to orgasms. They also were pretty realistic when it came to the average penis. Fifty-two percent said the average man's flaccid penis is 3 to 4 inches, and 51 percent said the average man's erect penis is 5 to 6 inches. According to the survey, the average lengths are 3.
Has spam promising a larger male member with a pill or a cream ever tempted you to click? Hold off, guys. New research confirms that anxiety about penis size doesn't correlate to what's really in your pants. In fact, plenty of well-endowed men are ashamed of their penises, while lots of men with smaller penises strut their stuff with confidence, according to a study published online Sept.