Size matters dating
Earlier this year, British and Dutch researchers studied more than 12,000 couples in the UK to compile data specifically on their height differences.The study found that in 92.5% of the couples studied the man was taller.* The ideal height for a man looking for love online is 6’2″.A man who is 6’2″ is 17% more likely to be contacted than a man of average height (5’8″) and 57% more likely to be contacted than a man under 5’5″. A man who is 6’9” or taller is 22% less likely to be contacted than a man who is between 6’5” and 6’8”.
But 85 percent of women are totally pleased with the size of their partners' penis, according to Web MD. Besides, it's the "Motion of the ocean, not the size of the ship"...right? What “A reason why patterns of height and ‘popularity’ in online dating settings usually tend to be pronounced is that I think that people use simple heuristics when there is a large pool of potential mates available,”“That is, if there are hundreds of individuals who you can respond to in the online dating community, you can narrow down your search quite easily by using simple heuristics like ‘a man has to be older than Y, and taller than Z’, because those characteristics are easier to observe in the dating profiles.”“There are also more explicit ‘psychological’ aspects that women may have surrounding taller men: as height is related to (perceptions of) dominance and fighting ability, women may feel ‘more secure’ with taller men.” better—women have their limits.Once a guy passes 6’9″ their chances with the ladies decrease significantly.But these days, between Jon Hamm's bulging package of greatness and the recent study finding that women naturally gravitate to larger anacondas, wangs have become everyday cocktail fodder.This might make men who aren't particularly gifted downstairs a bit self conscious, especially if this is an insecurity they've been struggling with since they've been getting busy in the bedroom (or stripping down to their skivvies in the boy's locker room).