“The Thickness Of the Pen*s Is What Matters, Not The Size” Sexologist Claims

Height and foot size are two of the most common markers used to estimate the size of a man’s penis.

However, it appears that there may be a more surprising and accurate way to estimate a man’s penis size.

The nose and penis size are related, according to the journal Basic and Clinical Andrology. Japanese researchers examined the bodies of 126 middle-aged men, noting their height, weight, measurements, testicle weight, flaccid penis length, and circumference of the penis.

They measured the distance between the center of each subject’s eyes and the tip of the nose. Those with noses shorter than 1.8 inches had a penis length (stretched) of approximately 4.1 inches. If any of the corpses were 2.2 inches long or slightly longer than that, their penises were 5.3 inches long.

According to the researchers, “the fact that nose size is related to SPL (stretched penile length) indicates that penile length may not be determined by age, height, or bodyweight but has already been determined before birth.”

Is the size of your penis important?

According to Patti Britton, Ph.D., a sex coach and clinical sexologist, as reported by the everyday health website, it is the thickness of a penis rather than its size that gives pleasure.

“It’s the thickness of a male’s penis that is the element that allows her to feel what we call containment in sexology — the feeling of fullness produced with an object or a penis inside the vaginal wall,” Britton explained to the health website.

So, for those who believe that length makes a difference, consider this myth debunked.

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