Research shows that some penises are, regardless of size, considered better-looking than other penises. Fortunately, women seem more forgiving when it comes to penis appearance than men are. However, they rated overall genital appearance and manicured pubic hair as the most important factors. Broadly speaking, this seems to indicate that women are interested in proportionality and upkeep. This is encouraging for men, who can do some trimming and try not to worry so much about length, which research shows is a concern — exacerbated by internet pornography — for many men. A ruler measurement is simply not enough to determine whether a penis is exceptional.
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The research, published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, has found that women who prefer longer penises are more likely to have vaginal orgasms, but not clitoral orgasms. The study questioned three hundred and twenty-three women about their sexual behaviour over the past month. Women who prefer deeper penile—vaginal stimulation are more likely to have vaginal orgasm. Researchers asked women to report on how much sex they were having, what type of sex and the effects of a longer than average penis on the likelihood of orgasm during penile—vaginal intercourse. They found that the likelihood of vaginal orgasms with a longer penis was increased - but not other types of orgasm.
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All rights reserved. Bigger is better—at least when it comes to a woman's penis preferences, a new study says. The findings suggest that female choice may have driven the evolution of larger penises in humans. Past psychology studies that have asked women about their preferences for penis size have produced mixed opinions, with some saying they don't care about the size, while others say they prefer larger penises. But those women may have felt pressured to say the politically correct thing: That size doesn't matter, said study leader Brian Mautz , a biologist at the University of Ottawa, Canada.
Writing in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences a journal commonly known by its initials as PNAS , Brian Mautz , Bob Wong , Richard Peters and Michael Jennions use a clever experimental manipulation of computer-generated imagery - CGI - to test the effects of variation in penis size relative to height and torso shape shoulder width relative to waist width on the attractiveness of male bodies to women. While they found that torso shape was by far the most important determinant of attractiveness, penis size has about as much influence on attractiveness as height. And yet for such a tabloid-ready topic, the paper itself is a study in how science should proceed in sober and restrained steps. Genitalia tend to vary more dramatically than almost any other physical trait.