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The average penis size has increased dramatically

If this latest study is anything to go by younger men are less likely to be doing this than older blokes
If this latest study is anything to go by younger men are less likely to be doing this than older blokes

GOOD news ladies - research suggests that men's penises appear to be getting bigger.

A new survey, conducted by condom brand SKYN, in the UK, reveals that the average penis size has grown by around an inch.

Last year, a collaborative study between King's College London measured how well-endowed 15,521 men were.

In 2016, research revealed that the average penis length was 5.16 inches when erect.

A sex survey of 2017, carried out by SKYN, reveals that this size is significantly bigger for millennials.

The investigation has estimated that the average penis size for 18-34-year-olds is around 6.1 inches when fully aroused.

While some believe that men are becoming increasingly well-endowed because of evolution, others have pointed to flaws in the latest study.

Research was taken from 3,037 sexually active people who filled out an online form.

It's very likely that many of these men may have exaggerated about how much they're packing in their pants - which could explain the jump in results.

In December, reports showed that men "almost always lie about how big their manhood really is".

This might be because experts believe size DOES matter.

Scientists recently revealed that men with longer penises give women more orgasms.

And more data looked into what women want from a man - and ideally, that's someone with a penis measuring 6.2 inches.

Topics:  penis

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