Compare Your Penis Size Against The Latest Studies
Behold the latest study in the Journal Of Sex Medicine–the mean length and width of penises, by race and ethnicity. Notice the mean for everybody is less than six inches.
To give a fuller, more rounded picture (not just dick size, but the bodies they’re hanging off) I’ve added height/weight figures from the Centers For Disease Control (CDC):
|Mean Length of Penis (in inches)
|Mean circumference (in inches)
Let’s discuss the findings in this chart.
Penile Differences Are Statistically Insignificant
The difference in penile length and circumference between the races is statistically insignificant. This study is relatively consistent with the results of prior surveys.
There Are No Penis Size Differences Between Races
Contrary to popular mythology, African-American men don’t have bigger penises. It’s worth mentioning that you should stop using shoe size or other stand-ins for the cloth ruler. There are no “markers” or clues that tell you whether a man sports a taco or a burrito. The best way to tell if a man is hung isn’t by looking at his hands, feet or nose. It’s by sleeping with him.
We Are Fat As Fuck
Among males in the U.S., the mean Body Mass Index (BMI) is 29, which is on the high end of the “Overweight” classification. Obesity starts at a BMI of 30. That means, as a country, we’re 1 point away from obesity!
Think about what that means. In just a few years most of us will be obese! Is intercourse going to be limited to guys who get trapped in our gravitational pull? How are we going to hang our partners over the railing and pound the dust out of their rugs if we’re too winded to try?
Being overweight can turn you into a sexual camel, where you go great lengths of time without sex. That’s because high cholesterol causes plaque build-up in your blood vessels, which then slows blood flow to your genitals making it more difficult to get aroused, have an orgasm, or obtain an erection.
A high BMI can also lower testosterone levels, the “sex drive” hormone, lowering your drive, desire, performance, or all three.
And worse (to some of us) being overweight may also have an effect on penis size. When skin and fat form around the base of the penis they can hide part of it, making your dick look smaller and, for all practical purposes, less able to get the job done because it’s hiding under a pad of skin.
If you’re flabbergasted (appalled over how much weight you’ve gained) it’s time to do something about it. Forget about diets; they don’t work. Instead, use proven psychological strategies like habituation to wean yourself off sugar and desensitization to reduce the amount of food you eat without suffering or feeling deprived. My book, Quit Sugar Like Addicts Quit Drugs, NEED LINK. will show you how. See the back of the book for a quick synopsis.
There are other books that can help you do this, including Intuitive Eating, The Joy of Half A Cookie, and Mindless Eating.
Size Doesn’t Matter
They say gay men judge potential partners with this formula: Penis size divided by credit score. I don’t subscribe to that stereotype and neither should you. The totality of sexual pleasure has very little to do with size. Reducing men to a hash mark on a ruler is one of those ignorant, hurtful conceits that gets in the way of great sex.
I’m confident this series on how to top will help you do it like a porn star, minus the drugs, the wooden dialog, and the bomp-chicka-wow-wow music. My goal is to give you the home bed advantage—that confident feeling from fucking in your own surroundings, armed with brighter ideas and next-level skills.