We often hear women being insecure about their physical appearances but men can feel just as insecure as well. This is why many chose to invest time and money to become more attractive. Some would choose to exercise and do more physical activities while others simply invest in skin care products or fashion to look more appealing.
If it’s one thing many men feel insecure about, it’s the size of their junk. Malaysians, if you’re concerned about the size of your “little buddy” then be prepared to be more self-conscious as there’s apparently been a study that shows the average size of penises from all around the world.
From Mars, a men’s online pharmacy recently shared a study of the size of men’s penises from all over the globe. Before we get into the ranking results, it’s important to note that the original study relied on self-reporting data so this may not be 100% accurate. With that being said, it is found that Malaysian men have some of the shortest penises in the world. Ouch!
As seen above, the study showed the erected penis size of men from 87 countries with Ecuador taking the top spot and Malaysia being placed at no. 79, below Singapore. According to the results, the average erect size for Malaysians is 11.49cm while the height is 6.82%. How reliable is this information? As mentioned, the study relied on the respondents’ self-report so it is very possible that some or many of them were maybe a little too generous with their member’s measurements.
The results of this study also showed the Top 10 smallest penises in the world with our country taking the no.9 spot, in between Vietnam (8) and Singapore (10). The From Mar’s study has been shared on social media, especially Twitter and netizens showed all kinds of reactions.
This begs the question, does size really matter? There’s really no right or wrong answer to that as everyone has their own preferences when it comes to sexual partners. What do you think of this study? Do you agree with the results?
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