Good news all around, right? Well, sort of. As with most things involving men and their penis size, people are a bit concerned about the, uh, accuracy of this study.
Sorry to blow up your spot, fellas, but it's been proven that a large number of men exaggerate the size of their package, thusly making it pretty difficult to garner accurate information without asking ya'll to whip the thing out.
Now that I've given my disclaimer, I'll present the newest facts, which is where the good news comes in.
"Last year, a collaborative study between King’s College London measured how well-endowed 15,521 men were. In 2016, research revealed that the average penis length was 5.16 inches when erect. A sex survey of 2017, carried out by SKYN, reveals that this size is significantly bigger for millennials.The investigation has estimated that the average penis size for 18-to-34-year-olds is around 6.1 inches when fully aroused."
So what's the catch? Well, again, when it comes to penis size studies, very few researchers are actually asking men to drop trou and this study was no exception.
"Research was taken from 3,037 sexually active people who filled out an online form."
If you have faith in Millennial men, then you can go ahead and take this study at face value, assuming the information was taken from honest responses. If you happen to think they're an entire generation of fu*kbois who will do whatever it takes to inflate an entitled sense of ego then feel free to picture their penises at 5 inches and not 6.
Curiously enough, it's been reported that the ideal penis size for women is 6.2 inches. Maybe these millennials did their research and tweaked their answers based on that. It wouldn't be the first time that this generation of men has made it a point to use bullsh-t tactics in the name of impressing women, but who knows? At the end of the day the size of your d-ck is known only by you, the lady(ies) you choose to share it with and the lord.