Before clothing, the nonretractable human penis would have been conspicuous to potential mates.

This observation has generated suggestions that human penis size partly evolved because of female choice.

Australian researchers have found that penis size is just as important as height when it comes to female assessment of male attractiveness, and that bigger is indeed better – to a point.

The results of the study, which asked a group of women to rate the attractiveness of a series of computer-generated images of varied height, body shape and penis size, are published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science .

 

 

 

 

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