commented on the results of his research David veal (David Veale) from king’s College London (UK).
Pitchfork and his colleagues conducted their own session measurement of “machismo” and combined the results with data from nearly two dozen similar studies conducted in recent years in Britain. In total, these measurements was attended by about 15 thousand men.
Using these data, the authors constructed the so-called “nomograms” special graphics that help to simultaneously evaluate different values of some norms, without calculations. These drawings helped them to estimate the typical length of the penis in the normal state and during erection, and to find the relationship between these characteristics.
In particular, the length of the genital organ in the excited state does not exceed 16 inches in 95% of men, and not less than 10 centimeters. In other words, only five out of a hundred men has a relatively small “dignity”. According to scientists, in the middle of a large spread in the values of these parameters among British men there, and most of them has the reproductive organs of normal size.