This paper explores the link between economic development and penile length between 1960 and 1985.
I makes sense that the USA would be essentially average, considering it has far less of a common genetic background than other nations that might cause it to skew towards either end of the spectrum. Reminds me of a paper that found eating hot dogs correlated to an increase in a form of leukemia.
Maybe I'm misreading it, but isn't the paper saying that large penis size correlates with POOR economic development, and vice versa?
It's logical, economic growth will affect the younger generations, more food and health advances will be aveilable, thus the kids will be stronger, taller with bigger male organs.
Would anyone doubt that GDP is associated with the health and nutrition status of the country? Or that the size of just about any body part would be associated with health and nutrition status? Index finger length correlates with testosterone correlates with penis size correlates with trading stocks for a living. As for the French, I think that they got their centimeters and inches mixed up when it came to THEIR measurements. I notice that if your flag has white in the middle and red on the end, your johnson is bigger.
I don't have a problem if the "small Indian penis size" meme is repeated endlessly if accurate data is presented. The famous worldwide story in 2006 that said international condoms are too big for Indian men did not mention actual measured sizes in most of the reporting, but some reports did go into more detail.


This actually works out to an average a little bigger than 5 inches, close to that of the United States, so why continue to peddle this inaccurate data? If you are to be honest in this reporting, find the actual Indian Council of Medical Research data, instead of continuing this charade. As I said in a previous post, the Indian number is extremely dubious, and despite the link given, there is no real source for it.
Here is an actual academic research paper from the Indian Council of Medical Research study conducted over many years.
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While it isn't easy to conduct medical research on penis size, a few international studies do exist. Here’s one website that aggregates data from around the world, and here are its data sources. If so, then if stereotypes hold true about male Africans, one should expect economic growth to be poor. Other factor such as migration has to be associated with male orgam growth, the developing country can hire bigger stronger workers from outside and some of them would move there looking for a better life. For the sake of national prestige the US needs to redirect funds from NASA to enlargement research. The website linked to contains a list of links, some academic, some dubious, but it is not clear where the "Indian" data is specifically from. Has the authors actually looked at data that has been collected, or academic papers or are they relying on web sites with dubious curating of sources?


It is real sad that a false story is being propagated by drawing pretty graphs based on incorrect data. The korean sample included military men considering penis enlargement whereas french results rely on self reports. The penis-enlargement company Andromedical compiled the available data and arrived at a ranking that shows average penis size in the countries surveyed. The size of male organ is found to have an inverse U-shaped relationship with the level of GDP in 1985. For those of you surprised to see France atop the list, it should be noted that the French data were compiled by French scholars. The GDP maximizing size is around 13.5 centimetres, and a collapse in economic development is identified as the size of male organ exceeds 16 centimetres. Economic growth between 1960 and 1985 is negatively associated with the size of male organ, and it alone explains 20% of the variation in GDP growth.
With due reservations it is also found to be more important determinant of GDP growth than country’s political regime type. Controlling for male organ slows convergence and mitigates the negative effect of population growth on economic development slightly. Although all evidence is suggestive at this stage, the `male organ hypothesis’ put forward here is robust to exhaustive set of controls and rests on surprisingly strong correlations.



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