This has been posted before, but its relevant to the last post.
Condomania has a brand called They Fit, similar concept to the company you linked. You download a kit, measure your dick, and they sell condoms to order by length and girth. About a year ago they put out a press release about condom sizes they sell. They think their database comes close to the true average than older studies for a few reasons. Its self measured which tends toward exaggeration, but since these measurements are to get condoms that fit, padding your results defeats the purpose behind getting the condoms in the first place. Also, they have more samples - 27,000 measurements compared to Kinsey with 2500.
Personally I have a few problems with their data being totally valid. First, selection bias - they are selling custom fit condoms, which I suspect will attract more men who are significantly outside the average range. If normal condoms fit fine, why bother? I wonder too about how they collected those 27,000 database entries. I don’t know if they can be sure that they are all unique individuals, or if they have some people duplicated, say if they forgot their info, moved, got a new credit card, etc. Then there is the fact that they know what size condoms men are buying, they can’t account for preference. I like a condom that fits tighter, some guys like them looser. That could explain why the talk more about length than width though.
So, with a grain of salt, the things their numbers say that are of most interest here:
- Penises Come in a Wide Range of Sizes: The Smallest Penises are Less Than 3” in Length and the Largest Penises are Longer Than 10” in Length
- Penis Sizes Chart Almost a Perfect Bell Curve: 25% of the Male Population is Under 5” in Length, 50% are Between 5” and 6” in Length and 25% are Longer than 6” in Length
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