Men More Concerned with Penis Size around Other Men
I don’t think this is exactly news, but a new study confirms that men are more concerned about the size of their penis when in the company of other men, a phenomenon called the “locker room syndrome.”
When it comes down to the issue of penis size, men are more worried about what their mates think than their partners.
It’s a phenomenon called the “locker room syndrome”, says clinical psychology student Annabel Chan, who has obtained penis measurements from more than 500 men worldwide.
The men also answered questions designed to probe the link between penis size, male body image and mental health, said Ms Chan, a PhD student at Melbourne’s Victoria University.
“It’s the locker room syndrome,” said Ms Chan.
“That’s when they feel they should be bigger, whereas when they are on their own they are actually quite happy with themselves.” Read more