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Penis Size: The True Average

IMHO in the site mraverage.com the lenght is measured not BPEL and not NBPEL but an half way infact, as photo explain, the ruler is on the side of the penis and not above and the ruler is lightly bone pressed so an half way to bpel and nbpel.

Show the photo of explication measured lenght in the site mraverage

Here the photo, the ruler is not above but on the side of penis and the ruler is not only support on the pubic area and is not press into the pubic bone but is lightly bone pressed so and half way of measurement not bpel and not nbpel.

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That’s one of my gripes about measuring. I’m 6” nbpel and 6.75” bpel along the top, but along the side easily 6.5” lightly pressed and more than 7” bpel. What’s most important to me though is that the measuring method be kept constant so as to monitor the gains accurately.


If girth is king, why the hell does everyone keep talking about length?

Originally Posted by WayneCider
That’s one of my gripes about measuring. I’m 6” nbpel and 6.75” bpel along the top, but along the side easily 6.5” lightly pressed and more than 7” bpel. What’s most important to me though is that the measuring method be kept constant so as to monitor the gains accurately.

You are right, the most important thing is to measure always whit the same method to monitor the progress. However you, for the site mraverage.com, are 6.5 inches of lenght.

I believe this is a excellent post, you did the work to find out statistics from multiple sources not just one and then compiled them together. Thank you.


Erect Length 8.500 inches , Erect Girth5.700 inches, Flaccid Length 5 inches, hang Flaccid Girth 4.2 inches, Erect Width 1.814 inches,

Erect Volume 21.977cubic inches

2011-03-01

Hope it wasn’t posted before - otherwise, feel free to delete:

On the Matter of SizeThe inexact science of penis measurement.
By Kent Sepkowitz Posted Monday, Feb. 13, 2006, at 5:20 PM ET

Here’s a question I bet you can’t answer, though the economy of the free world depends on it—you know, rockets, tall buildings, showbiz, oil wells, rifles, professional sports, world wars.

How long is the average penis?
As a Valentine’s Day gift, I shall solve the mystery.

Outside the pages of unbuttoned magazines and buttoned-down sex surveys, out-loud discussions of size have been avoided for ages. Now, every day we’re accosted with the latest technology of penis elongation. Your e-mail, my e-mail, everyone’s e-mail is flooded with breathless promises: “You, Rose,” one message tells my infant niece, “can have a larger penis using the latest non-surgical advances.”

The penis elongation industry has created the need for careful studies to determine who should and should not be considered for “augmentation.” Urologists worldwide are busily stretching and measuring and reporting their findings.

Most recent articles hail from outside the United States—the Italians, Turks, and Greeks seem especially engaged. There is a fascination with determining the dimensions of newborn boys of different ethnic pedigrees. From Ben-Gurion University in Israel, we have “Clitoral and penile sizes of full term newborns in two different ethnic groups” (Jewish and Bedouin), and from Singapore General Hospital, “Penile length of [Chinese, Malay, and Indian] newborns in Singapore.”
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The modern story begins in 1942, when American researchers W.A. Schonfeld and G.W. Beebe set out to define normal genital growth and variation in males from birth into their 20s.
They measured penis length (using a wooden ruler), circumference (using a series of graded rings), and testis volume (using an instrument called the orchidometer) in 1,500 volunteers of various ages. But it wasn’t so easy. And the difficulties that the first wave of researchers encountered continue to render our latter-day interpretation of penis studies a risky business.

First off, what do you measure—from where to where? What configuration should the penis be in—erect or flaccid? What about room temperature? (George Costanza was on firm scientific ground when he lamented the grim reality of shrinkage.) Furthermore, who should do the measuring?

Self-reported measurements are more, um, forgiving than size determined by a disinterested medical professional, by half an inch or more. The methodological problem is on display in online penis measurement surveys like altpenis.com (900,000 and counting) or sizesurvey.com. More importantly, it confounds the most frequently quoted study in the field, by Alfred Kinsey.
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The 1940s researchers introduced another problem. After much analysis and reanalysis, they concluded that measurement of neither the flaccid nor the erect penis could be reliably reproduced. So, they created a new approach: They measured the flaccid but stretched penis.

Although statistically validated and still used in most studies, this method of measurement creates a different conundrum, because the maximally stretched flaccid penis simply does not exist in nature. Outside the doctor’s office, no one has ever seen one.
Who cares how long the average one is?

Plus, the stretch-‘em approach has led to some bitterness in the literature, over a study by French researchers who stretched the penises of their subjects three times and reported suspect lengths—on average, more than an inch longer than the rest of the pack. Cheaters.

So, after more than 60 years, and thousands and thousands of penises measured for the cause, we still don’t know who should measure, what to measure (erect, flaccid, or stretched), where to measure from (the pelvic bone to the tip of the glans is the usual itinerary, but some researchers push the ruler against the pubic bone to give obese people a break, or don’t allow for the gain in length of curvature), or how many measurements are enough to assure an accurate result.

But wait—there’s a hidden benefit here. The lack of resolution teaches readers to scrutinize how a study is conducted.
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My hope is that the golden age of penis literature will usher in another golden age—with a revenge-of-the-nerds twist—of alertness to the countless nuances embedded in statistics. Roger Maris and his mighty asterisk made us aware that the rate of home runs matters more than the raw number of dingers per season (60 HRs in 154 games trumps 61 in 162 games every time).

The field of penis elongation should make us similarly mindful of the limits of selective information.

But in case you’re still wondering, here is what we know: When self-measured, the median length of a stretched flaccid penis is about 5.1 inches. For an erect penis, most studies come in at 5.5 to 6 inches. The average flaccid penis is in the 3.5- to 4-inch range. If someone else is doing the measuring, well, the numbers come out lower. But go ahead, add a little extra. After all, it’s Valentine’s Day.”

http://www.slate.com/id/2136061

For me I keep coming back to the reality of what our women have had before us. That seems to trump whatever the “true average” really is.

My GFs last two BFs were, in her words, in general casual conversation because I’ve established myself as a guy who is not insecure about the size of his cock and can handle the truth, (1.) well endowed, extremely well endowed, and (2.) huge, humongous.

I also know she’s had a lot smaller. The last guy she was in love with was tiny. In her words, half the size of me. The net there was she was IN LOVE with this guy. The break up broke her heart. The other two guys I mentioned above were essentially insignificant to her. She dated them and slept with them because in her words that’s what you do when you are seeing someone.

One of the two well endowed guys I mentioned above was a millionaire. Had his own high tech company, a big house, a Porshe, BMX X6. He wanted to marry her and said she’d want for nothing. She dumped him after a few months and has been with me ever since, going on a year and a half now.

What does any of this mean? I’m not really sure. This is a sexually experienced woman I’m talking about. She’s probably seen it all and had it all. Huge cock, money, neither seem to be her top priorities. At least not at this stage of her life and emotional, personal, spiritual, and sexual development.

I just try and become more and more accepting that I will never be anyone’s biggest or smallest and that there is a lot more to it than the size of my cock. The last several years of hanging out at Thunders Place has brought me significant personal growth in that regard. Its daily work for me to manage my insecurity and that work will probably never end. This weekend I was pounding more than 7” of BPEL into this girl and was nowhere near bottoming out. Sure I’m like what the fuck but as I sit here now I’m like what does it really matter. The sex we’d had was out of this world and she was digging the shit out of it too.

I do love this thread and follow it diligently. It’s really helped me so thank you to Para for getting it started!

As has been stated adnauseum, the average male penis erect length is ~5.9” with a standard deviation of ~.8”.

Thunder’s Place has conducted a pre-PE length survey, with over three thousand three hundred participants, 76.6% of respondents were between 5” and 7” — with a mean of ~6” ——- that is too coincidental and is an almost spot on match for a 5.9 Mean Normal Distribution with a SD of .8.

If you are over 7” long you are longer than 84% of all males.


Kdong Starting: 7.1 x 5.125 vol = 14.84 cu. in. Current: 7.375 BPEL 5.5 MSEG = 17.7 cu. in. GOAL --> 8.5 x 6.5 vol: 28.6 cu. in.

Took Time off, lost some gains-- started back 5/13/15

Originally Posted by kdong
If you are over 7” long you are longer than 84% of all males.

And that 16% of the guys on the larger side always seem to nail all my girls!


PE Goal: 7.5" NBP x 5.8" MSG

Originally Posted by bluray
And that 16% of the guys on the larger side always seem to nail all my girls!

Haha, great way of putting it.

Originally Posted by kdong
If you are over 7” long you are longer than 84% of all males.

Yay! I’d like to be in the 99.9% percentile though.

Originally Posted by kdong
As has been stated adnauseum, the average male penis erect length is ~5.9” with a standard deviation of ~.8”.

Thunder’s Place has conducted a pre-PE length survey, with over three thousand three hundred participants, 76.6% of respondents were between 5” and 7” — with a mean of ~6” ——- that is too coincidental and is an almost spot on match for a 5.9 Mean Normal Distribution with a SD of .8.

If you are over 7” long you are longer than 84% of all males.

Is this Bone Pressed? - It would help that when stats are quoted this caveat is added..


Was - NBPEL 6.5" BPEL 7.5" MSEG 5.5" Now - NPBEL 7.5" BPEL 8.3" MSEG 6.0"

Originally Posted by oz

Is this Bone Pressed? - It would help that when stats are quoted this caveat is added..

Yes it’s bone pressed.

Pre PE length

Cool…!


Was - NBPEL 6.5" BPEL 7.5" MSEG 5.5" Now - NPBEL 7.5" BPEL 8.3" MSEG 6.0"

Love this info!


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