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So, April's 'He Said, She Said' column for 303 Magazine, is 'Does size matter?'
After getting that assignment a few weeks ago, I have been wrestling with what my 'Gay Of The Village' response would be. Previously, I had a story get cut because it was deemed 'too gross' to print. So I knew I had to walk a fine line between being 'offensive', and sharing too much [personal] information.
I've sweated it for weeks.
Today, on deadline, I finally figured out what I would say.
I'd take the clinical approach.
'The politically correct thing to say, is that, no, it doesn’t.
But in reality, sorry guys, it does.
So does girth.
But so does, ‘the motion in the ocean’.
Getting back to size, most clinical studies, where the measurements were not self-administered, including one performed by the Kinsey group, state that the average size of an adult male’s endowment, is between five and six inches, with 87% of men falling within the five to seven range. Average girth equates to being equal in length.
This measurement was taken on the top, from the base of the groin, to the end of the tip. Most clinical studies, again, including the Kinsey report, state that the largest measurement on file is between eight and nine inches.
The BBC however, featured Jonah Falcon in a special called ‘The World’s Largest Penis’. He measures in at thirteen inches, and has been noted to say, that having such an endowment, is not all it’s cracked up to be. Oxford did a study that found the world’s smallest endowment being such, that they believed the guy to be inter-sexed.
Once you start getting to the extreme variants of the average size member, you deal with complications, or disappointment. There can be too much, or too little, of a good thing.'
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