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Professor Wants Pictures of Mens Penises-- For Science 4 years 5 months ago #1304662451

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A new study looks at the correlation between penis size and self-esteem ' with part of the survey requiring photo documentation of men's junk.

Alicia Walker, a sociology professor at Missouri State University, said she's received a few hundred photos of male genitalia since launching her research June 18.

Walker, who studies intimate relationships and sexual behavior, said it's 'not especially strange. No,' to be receiving these images. 'I'm a matter-of-fact person,' she told The Post. 'For me it's not an issue.'

As part of her survey, men 22 and older are asked to measure themselves using a specific scientific method; the photos are used to make sure guys did it right and then are deleted. There's also an interview segment of the research that doesn't require pictures.


Walker is trying to determine how a man's perception of his size affects things like personal relationships, sexual competence or anxiety, condom use and even how often they go to the doctor.

'I've spoken to men who have been suicidal because of their anxiety and unhappiness with their size or perceived size,' Walker said. 'Men that haven't been to the doctor in more than a decade or are not using a condom because they're convinced they can't get one that fit them.'


Men she's spoken to so far have pointed to porn, humiliating locker room incidents or encounters with potential partners, as having affected their perception of size and their self-esteem.

One man hasn't tried to have a relationship in a decade ' because of a joke a co-worker made in the break room insinuating ,''Oh, I can tell you're not packing because of your jeans,\'' Walker said.


Some men were so scarred they wouldn't believe Walker when she bluntly told them they measured in as average, not small.

'They say I want to believe what you're saying but I can't because I've had decades of people tell me otherwise,' she recounted.

'We need to be talking about men's body dysmorphia, and the way our society worships size and the way that worship impacts men,' Walker said.


'It really is incredibly damaging,' she added. 'They can't admit that they feel this. Imagine carrying around all this anxiety about your body and then imagine you can't even tell your friends?'

On the other hand, people who thought of themselves as above average ' even if they aren't ' didn't have the same anxiety and, at times, didn't even care if they had performance or relationship issues ' which can be damaging too, Walker said.


The research will conclude in mid-August, after which Walker said she'd like to publish a series of academic articles.




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Professor Wants Pictures of Mens Penises-- For Science 4 years 5 months ago #1304665323

Seems like a pretty elaborate way to get guys to send Dick picks...

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Professor Wants Pictures of Mens Penises-- For Science 4 years 5 months ago #1304665677

JazzyJ wrote: A new study looks at the correlation between penis size and self-esteem ' with part of the survey requiring photo documentation of men's junk.

Alicia Walker, a sociology professor at Missouri State University, said she's received a few hundred photos of male genitalia since launching her research June 18.

Walker, who studies intimate relationships and sexual behavior, said it's 'not especially strange. No,' to be receiving these images. 'I'm a matter-of-fact person,' she told The Post. 'For me it's not an issue.'

As part of her survey, men 22 and older are asked to measure themselves using a specific scientific method; the photos are used to make sure guys did it right and then are deleted. There's also an interview segment of the research that doesn't require pictures.


Walker is trying to determine how a man's perception of his size affects things like personal relationships, sexual competence or anxiety, condom use and even how often they go to the doctor.

'I've spoken to men who have been suicidal because of their anxiety and unhappiness with their size or perceived size,' Walker said. 'Men that haven't been to the doctor in more than a decade or are not using a condom because they're convinced they can't get one that fit them.'


Men she's spoken to so far have pointed to porn, humiliating locker room incidents or encounters with potential partners, as having affected their perception of size and their self-esteem.

One man hasn't tried to have a relationship in a decade ' because of a joke a co-worker made in the break room insinuating ,''Oh, I can tell you're not packing because of your jeans,\'' Walker said.


Some men were so scarred they wouldn't believe Walker when she bluntly told them they measured in as average, not small.

'They say I want to believe what you're saying but I can't because I've had decades of people tell me otherwise,' she recounted.

'We need to be talking about men's body dysmorphia, and the way our society worships size and the way that worship impacts men,' Walker said.


'It really is incredibly damaging,' she added. 'They can't admit that they feel this. Imagine carrying around all this anxiety about your body and then imagine you can't even tell your friends?'

On the other hand, people who thought of themselves as above average ' even if they aren't ' didn't have the same anxiety and, at times, didn't even care if they had performance or relationship issues ' which can be damaging too, Walker said.


The research will conclude in mid-August, after which Walker said she'd like to publish a series of academic articles.




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I was talking to my wife about this yesterday. I bought the tlc tugger and put it in for 18mm for the size of my glans. I even paid express shipping only for them to send a email saying that the glans size is too small and that they think I made a mistake, so I told my wife to cancel the order. I immediately got depressed and stressed and talked about killing myself over being frustrated and not being able to change how small I am.

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Professor Wants Pictures of Mens Penises-- For Science 4 years 5 months ago #1304667322

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I was talking to my wife about this yesterday. I bought the tlc tugger and put it in for 18mm for the size of my glans. I even paid express shipping only for them to send a email saying that the glans size is too small and that they think I made a mistake, so I told my wife to cancel the order. I immediately got depressed and stressed and talked about killing myself over being frustrated and not being able to change how small I am.



Take it easy my friend, a lot of men on this site are going what you\'re going through. Its tough, but don\'t give up, the answer to a bigger penis is coming, question is, when?

IMO, within the next 3 to 10 years.

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Professor Wants Pictures of Mens Penises-- For Science 4 years 5 months ago #1304674965

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A penis study focusing on the correlation between size and self-esteem was called off ' because of the enormous response.

Alicia Walker, a sociology professor at Missouri State University, cut the project short after making headlines with the unorthodox request for photo submissions of male genitalia, the Springfield News-Leader reported.

She blamed the 'public reaction' for the decision to terminate the research into how penis size impacts factors such as personal relationships, sexual competence and condom usage.

'I made this decision voluntarily,' Walker said in a statement. 'I continue to believe the relationship between penis size and self-esteem is an important site of scientific inquiry, but the public reaction to the project threatens the reliability of the survey responses. The reliability of the study as a whole has been compromised.'

Walker told The Post earlier this week that she received a few hundred penis pictures since June 18. She said the photos were for verifying that participants correctly measured their genitalia and then would be deleted.

Those submissions were never viewed and have since been destroyed, according to the Springfield News-Leader.

Walker said the study's findings could have helped guys with 'anxiety and unhappiness' because of their perceived size.

'We need to be talking about men's body dysmorphia, and the way our society worships size and the way that worship impacts men,' Walker told The Post.

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Professor Wants Pictures of Mens Penises-- For Science 4 years 5 months ago #1304675047

Another let down for men by these defunct social BS.

They have TV programs upon programs talking about how women feel and what they want, but not much if anything about how men feel and what men want.... How absurd!

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Professor Wants Pictures of Mens Penises-- For Science 4 years 5 months ago #1304676179

When I first saw news blip about this study I thought wow this could be really interesting and provide some useful data/information. Then I noted the study in question was from Missouri State University. Being born and raised in Missouri I knew that that it didn\'t stand a chance of coming to conclusion. My next thought was that social media and conservative media outlets would have field day with the study because pictures were required.

Walker said the study's findings could have helped guys with 'anxiety and unhappiness' because of their perceived size.

'We need to be talking about men's body dysmorphia, and the way our society worships size and the way that worship impacts men,' Walker told The Post.

This board is proof we need to talk about this and examine the impact of Dick size on how a man relates to himself and society.

That right guys internalize everything because of masculine identity constraints.

It\'s published information in scientific journals like this that pushes things forward and spark ideas and innovation when there is a need. Doctors, medical corporations and cosmetic pharma have numbers to crunch for research and development.

Information on men\'s dysmorphia could help psychologists and counselors develop better ways to treat men dealing with these issues.

Yep Mustang it\'s a let down.

Billions of Dick pics are sent everyday online. Fuck our puratin heritage.













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