Penis size, it clearly matters to a man. But what do most women think about the question: ‘Does penis size matter for a happy relationship?’ Let’s find out now.
In an article by Alanna Vagianos women between the ages of 18 and 25 were asked the question: ‘Does size really matter?’ Approximately one-third of them said yes. The younger women generally said that it didn’t matter to them, summing it up with the comment, “it’s more about how you use it.” Some of the women replied that size does matter, others said that it depends. “Being confident with your body is more important,” one woman replied. Another woman answered the question a bit differently, saying, “When you are talking about the heart or the vision, size matters.”
In another survey done by Amanda Chatel in news magazine, Bustle, “25 Women Share Their Thoughts On Whether Penis Size Matters,” studies have found that 84% of women are just fine with the size of their partners penis. In fact, the people most concerned with penis size are men, because of their fears that a smaller penis makes them less manly. Many men are locked into the belief that “they have to have a gigantic dick,” which is clearly something most women don’t even want.
Surveys show that while size does matter to some women, there are far fewer who say that it is important. Most women agree it is how a man uses his penis and whether he excels in other areas, because intercourse is just one part of sex; and sex encompasses so much more. To see how real-life women felt about penis size, Bustle asked some of them to share their thoughts on the debate.
The Research Findings Are Clear
In an article by Michael Castleman in Psychology Today, he discusses the research study done by researchers at UCLA and CAL State LA. Their published report showed that 84% of women felt “very satisfied” with their man’s penis. 14% wished it were larger and 2% preferred if it was smaller. The 84% figure means that seven out of every eight women thought their man was just fine, and that size didn’t matter to the substantial majority of women.
The UCLA study was particularly persuasive because its methodology went way beyond a run of the mill survey of 100 college undergraduates. The researchers posted their questions on MSNBC.com and got responses from 26,437 women ages 18 to 65, which strongly suggests that the findings were truly valid.
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