Scientists: Why penis size does matter
Was it really necessary for whomever put that page together, “Why penis size does matter,” to introduce it with a huge photo of actor Jon Hamm at the top?
Anyway. Males, and yes, this would include Christian ones, put way too much emphasis upon female appearance.
As I’ve discussed before and will no doubt mention again, even Christian material on dating and how to get married aimed at females pushes the appearance thing to ladies to such a degree that it’s quite sexist.
Frequently, singe Christian ladies – and single Non-Christian ladies – are told in dating and marriage advice literature that if they want a boyfriend or husband, they will need to become stick thin, grow their hair out, wear fetching attire and make-up, because men, we ladies are forever told, are “visually wired” and apparently care more about looks than anything else in a woman.
The fact of the matter is a lot of women, both Christian and Non, judge men based on their appearance. Women prefer to date and marry hot, sexy men who have nice physiques. This is news that I think makes a lot of men uncomfortable. Many men don’t want to be held to the same standards of appearance, which tend to be very unrealistic and stringent, as they subject women to.
I am still intending on doing a post about all that in the future.
I came across this today, and I’m sure this is another factor most men would like to ignore or wish away:
- By Chris Gayomali | April 9, 2013
Women prefer big penises, thunders a new study published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, or PNAS. (Say it out loud.)
Researchers had 105 heterosexual Australian women (average age: 26) rate 49 computer-generated nude images of male bodies. Their task? To rate each CGI-bro on a scale of 1 to 7, with each figure controlled for three different traits: Height, shoulder-hip ratio, and flaccid penis size.
Here’s the sexy stuff the women were asked to look at: [visit their page to view image]
After controlling for the other two variables (height and shoulder-hip ratio), Australian National University researchers were able to confirm their suspicions: Bigger is better, at least according to this group of heterosexual Australian women asked to rate these ghostly, faceless renderings of the male body.
“As you increase penis size, the amount of attractiveness scores gets bigger,” post-doctoral researcher Brian Mautz tells NBC News. However, the women’s attraction to flaccid penises petered out at 3 inches; after that, say researchers, the attractiveness still increased, albeit in much tinier increments.
But package size wasn’t the only indicator of attraction: Height was also crucial. Unsurprisingly, “tall guys with really large penises ended up being most attractive relative to other figures,” says Mautz, which inadvertently explains the media’s recent fascination with a certain part of actor Jon Hamm’s anatomy.