Average Penis Sizes Around the World
It's a question every man has asked himself at one point or another: ‘How do I measure up against the competition?'
Unsurprisingly, this is a difficult question to answer. Most men don't see a whole lot of erect penises in their day to day lives, and the various penis size studies performed over the years have each come up with vastly different results.
So What's the Average Penis Size?
Well, that really depends on where you live. Worldwide studies have reported many different average penis lengths, ranging all the way from 3.7 inches in South Korea to 6.2 inches in France.
Dr. Eduardo Gomez de Diego, the director of a medical company that specialises in andrology (or male health), took an interest in penis size studies when a 2001 report issued by the Spanish Society of Andrology concluded that the average penis size of a Spanish male was 13.58cm (5.3in).
Dr Gomez de Diego's own studies had suggested that the average was 14cm (5.5in), so he decided to compile the results of all clinical surveys to find the accurate average.
Again, What's the Average Penis Size?
Once Dr. Gomez de Diego had compiled results from 15 countries around the world he concluded that the global average penis size confirmed his original conclusion: 14cm (5.5in).
It isn't quite that clear cut. Despite the conclusions of Dr. Gomez de Diego we still don't have a confirmed average. After all, the most comprehensive clinical survey ever carried out – that of the famed Alfred C. Kinsey Institute – concluded that the average penis size of the American male falls between 6 and 6.5 inches. Considering that Kinsey's study used a sample of around 10,000 adult males it would be unwise to ignore the results.
So… What's the Darned Average Penis Size?!
We may never know. Accurately measuring the penis size of thousands of men will always be problematic, which explains the different results between the studies. The important question, however, is this: are you happy with your penis size? Average or not, the only penis that matters is your own. If you're content with it then you have no problem.
If not… well, are you ready to do something about it?