It is not unusual for the society that is so obsessed with sex to use what one would consider unorthodox methods of determining a man’s penis size. Both men and women alike appear to care so much about penis size that this topic can hardly be ignored. However, men appear to be more obsessed with the size of their penises that they cannot help but compare themselves to the other men they meet.
Consider the locker room syndrome. We will not be talking about it if men are not caught stealing glances of fellow men’s penises in the public urinals, and other environments where the atmosphere permits them to do so.
Whether you are a man or a woman, you may not necessarily have to look at someone’s front bulge to determine the size of his package. Apparently, the length of his fingers may help you have a rough idea of what is hidden under those pants. Well, a good number of people have come out in the open to disagree with the claimed existence of a relationship between body parts and the penis size. However, one research study revealed otherwise.
In a research study published in the Asian Journal of Andrology, the ratio between the length of a man’s index and ring finger appears to have a relationship with his penis length. The research study entailed an analysis of the correlation between digit ratios and the sizes of the penises of 144 Korean patients of urological surgery aged 20 year and above. According to the research findings, men whose index fingers are shorter than the ring fingers, and consequently, lower ratios, appeared to have longer penises.
What is behind the correlation?
Undoubtedly, this type of correlation does not happen every other day, and as such, there is a need to establish its origin – or at least find a suitable explanation to the same. There is sufficient documented evidence of the relationship between digit ratio, men’s sexual behavior patterns and numerous other aspects associated with reproduction – compiled from the research studies conducted over the past decade. The list of the traits that have a link to digit ratio appears to be growing even though these relationships have not been established satisfactorily.
According to Ho Choi, a doctor at the Gacheon University Gil Hospital, the answer to this correlation might be lying in the womb. A high level of testosterone concentrations usually raises the level of testicular activity during when a baby is in the fetal stage. When making a journal commentary, Denise B. McQuade, of New York’s Skidmore College agreed with the research findings that showed a correlation between the digit ratio and penis length of an individual. The professor believes that the research study offers convincing evidence for this relationship. She further exuded confidence that the findings will have real value for the studies aimed at establishing the link between clinical conditions and developmental problems in men.
Well, when all is said and done, we just have to wait and see how things pan out as time goes by.
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