Penis Size Q & A’s from Published Books
- Penis seems to be too large…What should I do? (click here)
Does she (or he) think I’m big enough? Is it too small? Does it point north or east? What’s normal?
If you have wondered how you stack up to other guys, or what your partner thinks of your penis, you are not alone. When it comes to penis size, girth, angle and look, there is no such thing as “normal” and what a man or woman prefers may have nothing to do with size … or it could.
The sourced articles below answer many of the questions regarding various aspects of the penis including “average” and “normal” sizes, and what women (and men) might prefer in their partner’s penis.
- Dr. Ruth Says ‘Make Time’ For Sex. Millennials, She’s Looking At You.
“Do you think people are more knowledgeable about sex because of the internet? No question that they do know more. But not always correct.
– What myths still need debunking? I think that the most common myth to be debunked is the issue of size. Size does not matter. Except if it’s minuscule.
– Then what? Then that’s a different story. I would have to talk to a urologist.”
Jessica Bennett, nytimes.com, 5/3/2019
- Small Penis Syndrome: Everything You Need To Know
“People with small penis syndrome or PDD [penile dysmorphic disorder] do not have an unusually small penis. Instead, they are severely anxious about their penis size. Having a small penis is not a medical diagnosis. Very rarely, a person’s penis is small enough to interfere with sexual functioning, and doctors will refer to it as a micropenis. People with a micropenis have a penis that is at least 2.5 standard deviations smaller than the average penis.”
Zawn Villines, Reviewed by Elaine K. Luo, MD, medicalnewstoday.com, 2/27/2019
- Study Finds Men Concerned With Social Approval Say They Have Bigger Penises
“Men who put forward a more socially acceptable self-image tend to also [report] having a bigger penis, according to new research published in Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy. The findings suggest that many reports of average penis size are overestimated.”
Eric W. Dolan, psypost.org, 2/6/2019
- Penis Size FAQ And Bibliography
“There is a much wider range of size in men’s penises when flaccid, with the average ranging from 1 to 4 inches.”
Online Resource, kinseyinstitute.org, accessed on 3/23/2018
- What’s The Average Penis Size?
“According to a study published in the British Journal of Urology International (BJUI), the average length of a flaccid penis is 3.61 inches, while the average length of an erect penis is 5.16 inches.”
James Roland, Medically reviewed by Alana Biggers, MD, healthline.com, 4/17/2017
- What Is The Ideal Penis Size? According To Science, We Finally Have An Answer…
“Thankfully, a team of researchers had finally come up with the definitive (read: average) penis size that women prefer and it turns out, bigger isn’t always better.”
Marie Claire Staff, marieclaire.co.uk, 12/7/2016
- What Size Is The Average Penis?
“We will present you with facts from all the scientific studies done on penis size so that once you have finished reading this article, you will feel content that you have the most accurate answer to the question.”
Markus MacGill, medicalnewstoday.com, 3/18/2016
- “Huge News! The Bionic Dick Is Here”
“An enterprising L.A. surgeon has invented a silicone penis implant, which, because we’re sure you have a friend who’ll want to know, costs 13 grand and can nearly double your size.”
Amy Wallace, gq.com, 1/26/2016
- Women’s Preferences For Penis Size: A New Research Method Using Selection Among 3D Models
“This study used haptic stimuli to allow assessment of women’s size recall accuracy for the first time, as well as examine their preferences for erect penis sizes in different relationship contexts.”
Nicole Prause, Jaymie Park, Shannon Leung, Geoffrey Miller, journals.plos.org, 9/2/2015
- How Big Is The Average Penis?
“The data enabled the researchers to calculate averages and model the estimated distribution of penile dimensions across humanity. … Gentlemen, if you’re eager to see how you measure up, you’ll need to follow the same measurement procedure used in the study. All length measurements were made from the pubic bone to the tip of the glans on the top side of the penis. Any fat covering the pubic bone was compressed before measurement, and any additional length provided by foreskin was not counted. Circumference was measured at the base of the penis or around the middle of the shaft, as the two sites were deemed equivalent.”
David Shultz, sciencemag.org, 3/3/2015