Does Size Matter? Science Finally Has The Answer

Does Size Matter? Science Finally Has The Answer
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One of the most frequently asked questions and the matter over which countless men seem to lose their sweat has finally been answered by science. A study has been conducted to provide a closure to everyone who ever is haunted by this worry, and the result of the study is something you'd probably find interesting. Check it out!

Science gives an answer

Science gives an answer

A study has been conducted to bring to rest the debate on whether the size of the male genitalia really matter or not.

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Women given choices

Women given choices
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The women who volunteered to be part of the study were given 33 different choices of 3D printed models.

The physical approach

The physical approach
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Physical memory and tactile feelings were stimulated by using the 3D models while the women were thinking about male genitals. This was done as size is an abstract quntity and is hard to imagine.

Unexpected results

Unexpected results
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The results were a bit surprising. It was found that large sizes are preferable for one night stands.

For long-term relationships

For long-term relationships
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It was also found that women prefer smaller sizes when in long-term relationships. Although the reason has not been decided upon, it seems to be just a coincidence having no clear-cut reason.

Girth over length

Girth over length
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It appears that women are more interested in the girth, than the length.

Fairly established

Fairly established
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Science has fairly established that women are more interested in the intimacy level in a relationship, and not in the physical attributes.

Crazy result

Crazy result
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One result that baffled the scientists was that women linked longer ones to a higher chance of STD!

Pleasure is more important

Pleasure is more important
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Pleasure takes a higher seat as compared to size, and that's what matters.

An end to a raging debate?

An end to a raging debate?
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Ultimately, what is important is that women value the psychological and emotional intimacy more than the physical attributes.