from: International Science Times
Published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the Unites States of America, the study took place in Australia. A team working at the Australian National University created 49 computer-generated images of nude men. Each one varied in height, shoulder-hip ratio and flaccid penis size. The images were shown to 105 heterosexual Australian women with an average age of 26. They were asked to assign each image a point value on a scale of 1-7 based on the attractiveness of the figures as sexual partners.
According to their research, there is a direct relationship between penis size and the attractiveness of the male, and larger penis size is equally as important in determining a male’s desirability as is his height. Then again, even the shortest men in the study were considered more desirable if they had a larger member. But, taller, fitter figures were less likely to be rated down for a smaller penis size than guys who were shorter and more potato-shaped. A larger penis also more quickly boosted the desirability of the taller man. V-shaped torsos with narrow hips also scored higher.
For example, a model that was 185 cm tall (about 6 ft) with a 7-cm-long (about 3-in-long) penis got an average score for attractiveness. To get that same score, a model that was 170 cm (about 5’6”) needed a penis of about 11 cm (about 4.5 in) in length. Boost the taller guy’s penis by just about centimeter, and the shorter guy needs double that to keep up and get the same attractiveness score. After that, the shorter male pretty much can’t continue to compete.
"Penis size does affect attractiveness," Brian Mautz, lead author of the study, told NBC.
Science Mag reports that past scientific research regarding penis size has returned mixed results, with some studies indicating that it’s the length of the man’s penis that matters most; other studies say it’s the girth that counts.
Researchers in Australia report that when it comes to size, BIGGER REALLY IS BETTER, and that when it comes to choosing a mate, women consider the size of a man’s member to the same degree that they consider his height.
Scientists conclude what you knew all along: There IS a direct relationship between penis size and the attractiveness of the male…Even the shortest men in the study were considered MORE DESIREABLE if they had a larger member.
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International Science Times