Link between height and penis size : myth or truth ?
January 6, 2019
Maybe this is one of the most popular myths about the size of the penis : while you could easily guess the shapes of a woman’s breast, legs and hips regardless of the clothes she is wearing, guessing a man penis size is notoriously a harder task without direct and real observation. Of course, some “happy few” can clearly boast – but this is rare – a big bulging organ behind their clothes. That’s also why many people still believe that the penis size could be related to factors like the size of the ears or nose, or the size of the hands or feet.
Let’s go back to scientific facts : in 2002, a study conducted by the British Journal of Urology made clear there was no correlation between the size of the male foot and the penis size. It is also true that the study did not focus on body height to identify the penis size, but the result has of course every chance of applying to it. It must be understood that the penis is an appendage like the ears or the nose, and that it is not influenced by the body height. In fact, penis does not follow the same rules as bones or muscles which match the body height to simply sustain its weight and maintain its common erect posture.
Study found that there is also no correlation between the limbs and the penis – even it is made clear that the development of the penis and the limbs inside the womb is controlled by the same genes. Remember that the overall human body development during childhood and puberty is controlled by genes and hormones in large numbers. And that is very unlikely that genes or hormones could control the size of two different parts or organs.
This is why science has to do such myths justice or disapprove them forever, because there is no indication that they will ever vanish from the vast ocean of common ideas shared by mankind.