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Study finds that physically attractive, wealthy, well-educated men with larger-than-average penises most desirable to women

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Study finds that physically attractive, wealthy, well-educated men with larger-than-average penises most desirable to women

Harvard researchers confirm what most men didn’t want to know.

CAMBRIDGE, MA—A new Harvard study offers conclusive evidence that attractive, wealthy, well-educated men with larger-than-average penises are seen by women as the most desirable mates.

The ground-breaking research debunks other studies, including a recent University of Guelph and Nipissing University study that found selfless men had more sex than selfish men.

“Studies that attempt to prove ‘nice guys’ don’t actually finish last are reassuring to the majority of men,” psychologist Dr. Roger Bannon, a principal of the Harvard study, stated. “But our research conclusively demonstrates that a good-looking man with an advanced degree, lots of money and a large member is seen as the most attractive mate.”

To test the hypothesis that women are most interested in men who have the “total package,” Harvard presented women between the ages of 18 and 35 with two options for a mate. Approximately 99.8% of the time, women selected a tall male with a chiseled jawline and fantastic physique who has an advanced degree, a liquid net worth of at least $350,000 and an erect penis at least 7 inches in length. Men classified as average or slightly better-than-average-looking who earn between 90% and 150% of the national median income, have a Bachelor’s degree and are between 5.2 and 6.5 inches in length were far less desirable.

The findings held true even when the women were told that the physically attractive, wealthy, well-educated men with larger-than-average penises were assholes.

Dr. Bannon explained that while many women do eventually settle for an average man out of necessity–the supply of the most desirable men is extremely limited–most women continue to wish that they had paired with a physically attractive, wealthy, well-educated man with a larger penis.

Walter Reese, a 37 year-old self-described “regular guy” who has been married to his wife for nine years, was disappointed to learn of the Harvard study but told Daily Bamboo that he isn’t surprised by the findings.

“I love my wife and I think she has come to love me, but I know she’s still angry at herself for losing the man she dated before me,” Reese stated. “He’s a 6’2” former Olympic rower who graduated summa cum laude from an Ivy League school and is now a big-time investment banker. Even though they broke up well over a decade ago, last week I found her looking at his picture and crying.”

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