TCF - Does a larger penis mean more self esteem? One Missouri State University sociology professor is working to find that out and more, and in the name of science is asking men across America to send her pictures of their genitalia.
Professor Alicia Walker asks participants to voluntarily provide the measurements of their penis when erect and flaccid, as well as photographic evidence, in a research project that has been has been approved by the Missouri State University Institutional Review Board.
“The purpose is to investigate how men feel about their bodies in a culture where we place emphasis on size, including size of penises,” Walker told The College Fix via email. “And to further look at how that impacts their tendency toward safe sex, relationships, and more.”
God I love academia! When you ask for nudes, you’re a creep. When a professor does it, it’s “to investigate how people feel about their bodies in our culture and how it pertains toward confidence, safe sex and relationships.” What an incredible built in loophole for a horny lady to see some cock.
But she didn’t just keep it as an in-class survey. Oh no no.
She turned to the last bastion of human decency on the planet, a place where one can go to find measured, fair responses to requests for a research project.
The professor is using Reddit as a tool to spread word of her research project, and some of the platform’s users have incredulously questioned her about the need for what a few have termed “dick pics.”
“The photographs are only required for the survey portion,” is her reply. “This is because we ask for specific measurements of length and girth and to ensure data validity and uniform measurement we must ensure all participants are correctly using the bone press method.”
And rest assured…Professor Walker says she is getting some GREAT results!
“The men I’ve talked to thus far are in a great deal of distress because of how we view penis size at present. And how they feel is absolutely impacting their condom use, their willingness to even attempt to approach potential sexual partners, and even going to the doctor for a physical exam,” she said. “Their physical health is actually impacted by how they feel about their penis. This isn’t a frivolous study.”
“By doing this study, we hope to learn how men navigate their experiences in terms of self-esteem, sexual competence, tendency to use condoms, and anxiety about penis size or performance,” the study’s online research portal states.
Hey Professor, over here! In the back! Call on me! I could have saved you the trouble of all this work and told you my small dick gives me very low self esteem. I navigate my experiences by making sure it is super hard and all the lights are off before it’s exposed to the naked eye and then do my best to use all the tricks of the trade I’ve learned from internet videos to make it somewhat useful. The motion on the ocean deal, you know what I’m talking about. Got it down to a science, no one ever leaves unsatisfied, but let me tell you, in normal day to day life when we’re talkin’ flaccid, I’m gonna level with you, there are some guy walking around with some 11 inch meatsticks that have their chest puffed out a LOT more than I do.
Just my two cents. It’s not double-blind or anything but could be useful.
Anyway, fellas, get those dicks in. Professor’s Walker’s got a study to complete.