For one-night stands, size does matter, but it's not penis length that women are concerned about — it's girth, a new study suggests. In the study, 41 women viewed and handled penises made on a 3D printer. The models were blue, and ranged in size from 4 inches long and 2. They were asked to pick which of the 33 models they would prefer for a one-time partner, and which they would prefer for a long-term partner. For one night stands, women selected penis models with slightly larger girth, on average, than those they selected for long-term relationships. But there was no difference in length between the penises they preferred for one-time partners versus those they preferred for long-term partners: In either case, women tended to choose penises that were about 6.
Many scientific researchers have tried to answer the question men—and women—worldwide want clear information about: What size is the average penis? We will present you with facts from all the scientific studies done on penis size so that once you have finished reading this article, you will feel content that you have the most accurate answer to the question. And perhaps you will be reassured about your own size or that of your partner's penis. Published findings are often introduced with background information on men's widespread anxieties about whether or not their penises are big enough, and if sexual partners are going to be satisfied.
The penis spends most of its time flaccid, or soft and hanging loosely. In other words, a flaccid penis is a penis at rest. The average girth of a flaccid penis is 3. By comparison, the same study found that the average length of an erect penis is 5.