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Has spam promising a larger male member with a pill or a cream ever tempted you to click? New research confirms that anxiety about penis size doesn't correlate to what's really in your pants. In fact, plenty of well-endowed men are ashamed of their penises, while lots of men with smaller penises strut their stuff with confidence, according to a study published online Sept. The findings are no surprise, said study leader David Veale, a psychiatrist at King's College London.

Like other forms of body dissatisfaction, penis-size anxiety is rarely linked to reality, he told LiveScience. Men worry far more than women about penis size, according to Veale and his colleagues. One study, published in April in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, found that women preferred larger penises only up to a point anything bigger than a flaccid length of 2. A study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine found similarly ambivalent female preferences.

In that study, women who experienced frequent vaginal orgasms were much more likely than other women to express an interest in better-endowed guys. For women who didn't prefer vaginal orgasms, penis size was a far less pressing matter. Nevertheless, men continue to fret over the size of their penises, listing it among their top body concerns along with height and weight, according to a study in the Journal of Health Psychology.

Veale and his colleagues wanted to penis size and preferred sexual roles among gay men that anxiety — an important step toward being able to evaluate psychological treatments designed to boost guys' self-image. To do so, the researchers recruited men online and at King's College London, and asked them to complete a battery of questionnaires on body image, erectile function and concerns about their penises. In addition, 46 of the men agreed to have their penises measured by a urologist in both flaccid and erect states.

By comparing the men's answers to the questionnaires to their stated concerns about their genitalia, Veale and his colleagues were able to narrow down their scale to 10 questions that were sure to reveal a guy's inner fears about his penis. The questions, available for download on the King's College London websitemeasure a man's fear of being alone or rejected because of his penis size, his terror that others will laugh at him, and his anxieties about being naked around women and other men.

The most surprising response, Veale said, was men agreeing with the following statement: "Others will be able to does penis enlargement oils work the size or shape of my penis even when I have my trousers on. Among the men tested, 30 percent reported dissatisfaction with their genitals. About 35 percent of the men were very happy with their penis size, with the rest falling somewhere in between satisfied and dissatisfied. Older guys and gay or bisexual men were more likely to show high penis anxiety, the researchers reported.

Gay or bisexual men typically have more body-image problems than straight men do, the researchers wrote, and also have more opportunities to penis size and preferred sexual roles among gay men body parts.


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