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45 of 50 women say width more important

45 of 50 women say width more important

For what it’s worth.

Here’s the HTML and I put the down-loadablepdf here of a study by Russell Einman of the University of Texas- Pan American.


WE are the 99% 'WE are the people you depend on; we cook your meals, we haul your trash, we connect your calls. We drive your ambulances. We guard you while you sleep. Don't f&ck with us'-- Madame DeFarge

"Rope trades @$10 a yard. I wonder if they even know that?"- Capitalist

Yes, that link has been around here before. A good one!

It’s definitely telling, as the author notes, that none of the participants refused to answer the question, saying that length and width didn’t matter.

Apologies, I didn’t know- it cropped up ancillary to another search.

PG- I too found it quite telling that no XXs responded that size was irrelevant.


WE are the 99% 'WE are the people you depend on; we cook your meals, we haul your trash, we connect your calls. We drive your ambulances. We guard you while you sleep. Don't f&ck with us'-- Madame DeFarge

"Rope trades @$10 a yard. I wonder if they even know that?"- Capitalist

One of the reviewers criticised the study for not including other elements of women’s sexual pleasure, such as technique, attractiveness of the partner, and so on. For example, is girth more important than good technique?


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Also, my first thought was the question was leading. “Which is better?” and then it so happens no one chooses them equally!?

Originally Posted by Hog7.5
… even family …

Standard dinner time conversation?

Could you pass the sausage, please? Oh, and by the way, do you prefer them long or thick?

:D

All we ever talk about is politics! :(

WELL I know I would prefer a 6.6 inch skinny penis over a 5.6 fat penis.

If you will notice, the survey was conducted by two male students who were “popular athletes”, and they chose the women whom they “knew to be sexually active.” This suggests a more familiar relationship than an impartial acedemic survey. “All female participants answered the question, perhaps because they knew the student asking the question.” It would not be a stretch to assume that these guys had actually had sex with some of the participants.

Some were questioned via phone, some in person - the way the question was phrased implies choosing one or the other “which feels better?” Just as none said that neither length nor width mattered, none said that both mattered equally - because of the leading “either/or” question. If presented in a different format, with multiple choice answers with these options included, I imagine the results would have been somewhat different - but still show a clear preference of width over length. And width is assumed to be girth, although an argument might be made that of two penises of the same girth, an oval wider shape could feel better than a cylindrical shape.


wesb

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>>>If presented in a different format, with multiple choice answers with these options included, I imagine the results would have been somewhat different - but still show a clear preference of width over length.<<<

Of course. But in a lot of public opinion “either/or” polls, respondents say that they have “no opinion,” even though it’s not an option given to them.

In my opinion, the “pushy” either/or format of this survey was very good, as it took away the societal pressure for women to answer that “size doesn’t matter”; they had a nice mental excuse — specifically the absence of a “neither matters” option — to say how size does matter to them, if in fact it matters. Granted, there were probably a few individuals who, though unsatisfied with the choices available, chose one of the options anyway, but I really think that any woman who truly didn’t care at all about size, length or width, would have said “no opinion.”

Just curious — how do you think that the survey administrators’ intimacy with the respondents might affect results? Are you suggesting that perhaps one or both of these males is well-known for his own girth, and that the women might have been stroking his ego, so to speak, by answering as they did? That would certainly be a possibility.

Well, someone has taken a sociology class or two, eh?

This is good information. There are a lot of hidden inaccuracies in surveys depending on how questions are phrased and demographics.

I appears two guys measuring, 4 X 6” asked all their x-girlfriends which was most important. I’d say that sound just as insecure as the rest of us. Someone send these guys the link.

Originally Posted by wesb
If you will notice, the survey was conducted by two male students who were “popular athletes”, and they chose the women whom they “knew to be sexually active.” This suggests a more familiar relationship than an impartial acedemic survey. “All female participants answered the question, perhaps because they knew the student asking the question.” It would not be a stretch to assume that these guys had actually had sex with some of the participants.

Some were questioned via phone, some in person - the way the question was phrased implies choosing one or the other “which feels better?” Just as none said that neither length nor width mattered, none said that both mattered equally - because of the leading “either/or” question. If presented in a different format, with multiple choice answers with these options included, I imagine the results would have been somewhat different - but still show a clear preference of width over length. And width is assumed to be girth, although an argument might be made that of two penises of the same girth, an oval wider shape could feel better than a cylindrical shape.

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