Don’t worry guys; women say that size doesn’t matter. They also say they don’t care where you go out to eat, so you might want to stick around.
If you’ve ever looked down and wondered if you had the ideal penis size, well we have the answer for you guys today. We are talking about the average lengths and ideal lengths that people presume in ten different countries.
So let’s get into what different genders (before we look at the countries) think that the average penis length is versus what the perceived ideal penis length is. Now, these are in centimeters because the majority of this was done in Europe.
But the way that this works out is the women think:
- the average penis length is about8 centimeters or 5.5 inches;
- And the ideal would be 6.3 inches or 15.8 centimeters.
And then for men, they think:
- the average penis length is larger; they think it is 1 centimeters or 5.6 inches;
- and then they think that the ideal penis length is 6 centimeters or 6.6 inches.
Now we’ve written articles before about what the actual average penis size is, and it’s around five inches. So all of these are skewing higher than what the actual average is. Well, because all of this isn’t based on reality, it’s just based on what people say, just perception. And people can very often be thrown. The guys might be thrown by themselves because that’s the penis they have 99% of their experience with. Women can be thrown by the last person they were with. Or, if they’ve only been with a couple of people, they might think that that’s a representative sample when it’s not. Also, in my experience, their perception of the size of the penis of their partner very much depends on at least when they recount the story on what they think about that partner at a given time. I’ve watched male-female couples and what she says in public can vary widely based on if she’s mad at him or not. So I think that’s true. I think some of that is a perception about the way that you interact sexually. And I think that plays a component.
But, I went to school. I went to elementary school, and I’ve had a lot of interactions with rulers, right? And so I know what inches look like. You use rulers to like write lines, and we had to learn how rulers worked. But at the same time, if I look at something, whether it be here or over there, I couldn’t tell you the exact, like that is 6.3 Inches. That’s just absurd. How big is he? If he’s really tall or if he’s really small, it’s a little different. If he has pubic hair or if he doesn’t, how thick is it? That’s going to make it look different. So it just seems a little biased in that sense. What we were looking at for the difference between what they think of the average and what they think of the ideal. The actual difference in size, especially from the women’s point of view is like, 60% bigger than average, but that’s not like they want double the size. They want a marginally larger penis than average.
Well, also I think that this is interesting to look at here, because men perceive the average and ideal penis to be larger than the women do, and so that’s why I think it is interesting here to kind of think about sexual identity, because if they are heterosexual, like maybe they are concerned about length and things like that, but if they’re homosexual, maybe the ideal isn’t so much about what pressure society puts on them. But it could be about what is most enjoyable. Like what experiences are there. There are definitely sized queens, though. Gay men who are very much into size. I’m saying that of course, their ideal penis size here may not be, that’s what I was saying, is that they might not be as concerned about what society’s saying, but they might be more concerned the ideal for them is about sexual pleasure.