Men and Women Reveal What Matters Most In A Penis

The automatic response in you minds when you think of a penis, regardless of your gender, is size. Society makes us feel like size is the most important element to a member, but is it? We investigated what really matters for men and women when it comes to the penis. The results might just surprise you... penis size matters

#1 Girth is as important as size

Apparently, length without girth does not equal a good time. So pencil penises are ruled out of the question for pleasure. One surveyor put it like this, "In the words of Samantha Jones, it should be “long, pink” perfection. I’d say about 7 inches, with a girth as big as your middle finger to thumb."

#2 Guys are not certain

Dudes, when surveyed, could not make a steady decision between whether women preferred girth, length or even colour. The gents were really and truly lost by this question and kept switching sides. Good to know, fellas.

#3 Size DOES matter

One woman described her ideal Johnson as "long, thick and juicy". Oh my. Another put it in the most agreeable terms I have ever heard, "big enough to protect me, but small enough to not kill me". [bctt tweet="Men and Women Reveal What Matters Most In A Penis"]

#4 Balls are NBD

Neither men nor women agreed that balls were of high importance in the private part collection. 77% of both males and females voted the ding-dong as the essential asset. That being said, they are not something to be ignored.

#5 Ladies like it circumcised

“Circumcised and girthy, with a clean area surrounding it" explains one survey responder. So guys, skip the turtlenecks and keep things nicely trimmed down there! What are your thoughts on this? Cast your vote in the comments! Circumcised or no? Length or girth? Source: Elite Daily [caption id="attachment_123839" align="alignnone" width="100"]@BodyRockTV @BodyRockTV[/caption] [caption id="attachment_123838" align="alignnone" width="100"]instagram logo @BodyRockOfficial[/caption]

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