Researchers at the University of Zurich have asked the question that has haunted men since Adam covered himself in a fig leaf: what makes a good looking penis? However, men may want to invest time in grooming as the ladies surveyed said the appearance of pubic hair was the second most important factor. In fact, women found it an insignificant factor when judging the appearance of penis. And good news all round: the study also found that as women grew older they care less and less about cosmetic factors. With age comes wisdom.
How to look after your penis' health
Penis health: Identify and prevent problems - Mayo Clinic
What makes a penis attractive? Not sure? Well, don't rely on your opinion to answer that question — science has the answer. A new survey, published yesterday July 23 in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, aimed to find out which qualities women consider most carefully when deciding whether a penis is attractive. Researchers from the University of Zurich in Switzerland first asked a group of women, ranging in age from 16 to 45, to look at pictures of male genitalia and rate how "normal looking" they found each penis to be. Next, the penis oglers answered questions about which penile qualities they considered most important when assessing the attractiveness of a man's package.
Five signs your penis isn’t normal – and what you can do about it
Penis health involves more than erections. Find out the most common penis problems and strategies to promote penis health. Penis health is an important part of your health — and it goes beyond your ability to get and keep an erection, ejaculate, and reproduce. Penis problems can be a sign of an underlying health condition. Ongoing health issues affecting your penis also can impact other areas of your life, causing stress, relationship problems or poor self-confidence.
We explain how to improve your penis' health by cleaning it properly, steering clear of STIs and trimming it carefully. The British are a nation of stoics, often too proud to admit we have a problem, and too polite to bother anyone else about it. Men are particularly bad at piping up about health issues, especially when it comes to our penises. Often, a source of embarrassment can be a simple lack of knowledge.