A new study has come out to tell that married women are more likely to cheat ton their spouses the larger their penis is.
The study questioned 545 fishermen’s wives in Kenya, of which just 34 admitted they had affairs.
The male fishermen who had been cheated on were better-endowed than those whose wives did not have affairs, the researchers said.
The better-endowed husbands had fully erect penises of around six inches, while whose whose wives were faithful had erect penises of around five inches.
After questioning it was revealed from a wives’ point of view if a man had a too large penis, addressing her sexual needs risked being painful and if she felt her needs were not being met she would be tempted to look elsewhere.
Which is to ponder, bigger is not always better lads…
Wrote the researchers: ‘Surprisingly, spouse longer fully erect penis was associated with increased likelihood of the women having extra-marital partnerships.
‘From these results, every one inch longer penis increased the likelihood of women being involved in extra-marital partnership by almost one-and-half times.
‘Similarly, our qualitative data also support this finding. Women associated large penises with pain and discomfort during sex which precludes the enjoyment and sexual satisfaction that women are supposed to feel.’
The joint study was published in the journal PLOS One by scientists from the Center for Microbiology Research in Kisumu, Kenya; Kenyatta University in the capital Nairobi; the University of California and University of Alabama.
The aim was to discover more about the way partners have affairs to reduce the spread of HIV. The study also found younger women were more likely to cheat on their partners.
As an incidental this author wonders if there are other reasons as to why women cheat, including domestic violence, falling out of love, being denied sex or denied preferred sexual position, being under age of 25 and a lack of sexual satisfaction.
When it came time to measure participants (the critical factor) participants were asked to take the measurements themselves using a 15-inch ruler.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the researchers had to take an average between the lengths the fishermen claimed they had obtained and those submitted by their wives.
There were ‘discrepancies’ between the two, the authors wrote. Can anyone guess why?
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