Women Prefer Girth Over Length [Study]

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Psychologists from the University of Western Ontario and the University of Toronto published a study in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology after finding that men in long-term relationships are more likely to underestimate the sex drive of their partners than women are. Most of the 229 subjects were in heterosexual partnerships and were between the ages of 18 and 68. As published in Slate:

The researchers found that, on a regular basis, men significantly underperceived the degree of their female partners’ sexual desire, while women consistently made accurate judgments about how much their male partners wanted sex. Among diary-keeping couples, on days when men underestimated their female partners’ libido, the women showed higher levels of relationship satisfaction.