I have news, teeny peenies!
Do women care about penis size? That is a question literally every man you will ever meet Googles at least once every eight months. It’s the one common curiosity that baffles men — aside from who Rita Ora is and the difference between flan and rice pudding.
This, of course, always leads to an overemphasis on whether or not one’s penis is up to snuff. It’s the one thing all men are at least a little self-conscious about.
I feel entirely comfortable making the untested yet 100 percent true statement that all men at one point or another do three things:
1) Measure their peens.
2) Look at their peens in the mirror, doing front views and profile poses.
3) Try to wear their penises like a mini wrist watch, and then ask their girlfriends if it’s “daylight SHAVINGS time.”
Every male does those three things.
But, how does all this trouser checking mess with the male psyche and perceived manhood numbers?
As it turns out, not THAT much.
Thanks to a study by DrED.com using 2,121 subjects, it turns out men’s and women’s penis perceptions weren’t far off from the global average of 13.12 centimeters (about 5.2 inches) when erect.