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Link+Zelda wrote: Thu Feb 18, 2021 8:04 pm Also, if you want a calculator instead of reading Paul's graph above (which can be difficult to read at the extremes), here is one calculator option. There are others out there, but this one appears safe (though it uses the d*** word)...though make sure to switch to inches on the calculator if that's what you're using!
Nice - and close to right. It does put the average length at 5.5", which is a tad long, but not way off. And the girth looks to be spot on.
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PaulB wrote: Thu Feb 18, 2021 8:57 pm
Nice - and close to right. It does put the average length at 5.5", which is a tad long, but not way off. And the girth looks to be spot on.
It has several different databases/studies you can select from too. My guess is that one of those will match your graphs exactly.
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Thanks for the stats guys.

I have to admit I made an embarrassing error. I read girth to mean "width" or "diameter" rather than "circumference." The spatial reasoning portion of my brain was going haywire trying to figure out how the average length could be 5.5 in and the average diameter 4.5 in. It would have to be almost a square shape for that to work! :shock:

As I was searching for an explanation it finally hit me that it was a circumference measurement (pi*diameter). :lol:
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SLS wrote:Thanks for the stats guys.

I have to admit I made an embarrassing error. I read girth to mean "width" or "diameter" rather than "circumference." The spatial reasoning portion of my brain was going haywire trying to figure out how the average length could be 5.5 in and the average diameter 4.5 in. It would have to be almost a square shape for that to work! :shock:

As I was searching for an explanation it finally hit me that it was a circumference measurement (pi*diameter). :lol:
I’ve made that mistake before!


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Link+Zelda wrote: Thu Feb 18, 2021 9:14 pm
PaulB wrote: Thu Feb 18, 2021 8:57 pm
Nice - and close to right. It does put the average length at 5.5", which is a tad long, but not way off. And the girth looks to be spot on.
It has several different databases/studies you can select from too. My guess is that one of those will match your graphs exactly.
Yes, I think I spotted the one that Paul was referring to, which is the one I'm familiar with, with 5.1 inches being the average length.
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Link+Zelda wrote: Thu Feb 18, 2021 9:14 pm
PaulB wrote: Thu Feb 18, 2021 8:57 pm
Nice - and close to right. It does put the average length at 5.5", which is a tad long, but not way off. And the girth looks to be spot on.
It has several different databases/studies you can select from too. My guess is that one of those will match your graphs exactly.
The one I posted was something I took from The British Medical Journal, clean up, and added inches to. It was based on several very big and very well done studies that were NOT opt-in.

As I recall, the studies were done on stretched length, not actual erections. There are ethical problems with making men erect, and you may or may not get a full erection. Several studies have shown stretched length is essentially identical to a full erection.

Most studies have serious problems. Self-reported are useless because :shock: men lie about penis size :shock: , and there is no way to ensure men are measuring correctly. Most other studies are opt-in, and it turns out men with large penises are more likely to volunteer, while men with small penises are less likely.

So studies done on all men who enter the armed services or show up at a urologist for any reason are far better.
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Men would lie about penis size??????

I'm stunned... :shock:
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Irnmyk wrote: Fri Feb 19, 2021 1:31 pm Men would lie about penis size??????

I'm stunned... :shock:
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PaulB wrote: Fri Feb 19, 2021 10:01 am
Link+Zelda wrote: Thu Feb 18, 2021 9:14 pm
PaulB wrote: Thu Feb 18, 2021 8:57 pm
Nice - and close to right. It does put the average length at 5.5", which is a tad long, but not way off. And the girth looks to be spot on.
It has several different databases/studies you can select from too. My guess is that one of those will match your graphs exactly.
The one I posted was something I took from The British Medical Journal, clean up, and added inches to. It was based on several very big and very well done studies that were NOT opt-in.

As I recall, the studies were done on stretched length, not actual erections. There are ethical problems with making men erect, and you may or may not get a full erection. Several studies have shown stretched length is essentially identical to a full erection.

Most studies have serious problems. Self-reported are useless because :shock: men lie about penis size :shock: , and there is no way to ensure men are measuring correctly. Most other studies are opt-in, and it turns out men with large penises are more likely to volunteer, while men with small penises are less likely.

So studies done on all men who enter the armed services or show up at a urologist for any reason are far better.
Good info, there, Paul. Thanks!
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