What's the controversy?
Posted by Ster on 7/7/2017, 3:17 am, in reply to "There's controversy over both of those assertions"
No medical study has found penis size to be correlated with race, ethnicity, height, body size, or other variables. The studies that have found correlations relied on self-reported sizes (obviously not viable) or, even worse, based on stories told by people to other people and things such as smut magazines. This is something that isn't even particularly hard to look up tbh. There was a comprehensive study done by Kevan Wylie that compiled decades worth of actual medical research on the subject that found no correlations. J. Philippe Rushton was the man who most famously conductef "research" in the 1980s on the subject. His racist work even helped social scientists coin a term to describe it and similar stuff: the Goldilocks Effect. White people "just happen" to be right in the middle of desirability in terms of intelligence and sexual utility. A wealth of research has been done on the subject. So, no, I would say there is basically no controversy in the medical or medical anthropology world.
Further, all it takes is basic logical reasoning to see the flaw: races and ethnicities are not founded in biology. So, things like penis size shouldn't correlate with sociological concepts, right? Just basic sense. Then, of course when studies were done on it, they found that indeed a biological factor such as penis size would of course not correlate with a societal concept like race.
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