Does penis size really matter? According to many young women, it doesn’t at all. ; In a survey conducted by Cosmopolitan, 1,100 readers between the ages of 18 and 34 were polled on various sex topics from penis size to orgasms. Of those polled, 96 percent were women and 4 percent were men, and it turns out many of them — 89 percent to be exact — aren’t too worried about their partner’s penis size. They also were pretty realistic when it came to the average penis. Fifty-two percent said the average man’s flaccid penis is 3 to 4 inches, and 51 percent said the average man’s erect penis is…

Does penis size really matter? According to many young women, it doesn’t at all. ;

In a survey conducted by Cosmopolitan, 1,100 readers between the ages of 18 and 34 were polled on various sex topics from penis size to orgasms. Of those polled, 96 percent were women and 4 percent were men, and it turns out many of them — 89 percent to be exact — aren’t too worried about their partner’s penis size.

They also were pretty realistic when it came to the average penis. Fifty-two percent said the average man’s flaccid penis is 3 to 4 inches, and 51 percent said the average man’s erect penis is 5 to 6 inches. According to the survey, the average lengths are 3.5 and 5.1 inches, respectively.

As for their sex lives, 31 percent of survey participants said they don’t always orgasm from penetration during sex, but regularly do, while 33 percent said it was rare.

So what about their sexual satisfaction? That could use some work. Fifty-three percent said they want their sex lives to be better, and 6 percent said they weren’t satisfied at all. ;

So, straight dudes, don’t worry too much about your size — just make sure you ;know what your partner wants. ;

Check out more from ;Cosmopolitan’s survey ;below.

H/T ;Cosmopolitan

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