There is zero correlation between penis size and shoe size. There have been many studies on this, amazingly enough, and they fail to find any link between the size of a man’s shoes and the size of his stretched or erect member. There’s also no relationship between his penis and the size of a man's hands or ears, or anything else for that matter. Let us lay this commonplace myth to rest and officially categorise it as debunked.
It is false that wearing condoms makes you last longer. In a study of 500 men from Europe and America, their ‘intravaginal ejaculation latency time’ was 5.4 minutes. They literally clocked these men with a stopwatch. Men 18 to 30 years old lasted the longest at 6.5 minutes on average and dropping to only 4.3 minutes for men over 51. Wearing a condom made no difference, nor did whether the men were circumcised.
It’s a myth that more women are going hairless these days. Yes, it’s true that lascivious centrefolds are more likely to have little or no pubic hair in recent years, but that’s a skewed sample. A 2010 survey of more than 2,400 found that only 11 percent of women aged 18 to 68 remove all of their hair most of the time. 20 percent removed no hair at all and only about 25 percent removed their pubic hair some of the time. Going bare is somewhat related to age with 21 percent of 18 to 24-year-olds going full Monty, versus 9 percent of women in their 30s or 2 percent of women over 50. The bottom line is that the majority of women in all age groups maintain some hair in their nether regions.
Another misconception is that bigger breasts are less sensitive than smaller ones. Some people have argued that sizable boobs have longer nerves to reach the skin and that this makes them ‘feel less’. Following that vein of logic, taller women would have less sensitivity too and no one makes that argument. The evidence for this comes from studies that asked women if they could feel hair-like filaments of different sizes on their mammary glands. There were differences, but no woman ever defined sensitivity during sex as the ability to feel a singular hair. Consider it busted.
Regrettably, it's also untrue that sex is a great form of exercise. Sure, it burns off some calories, but most people aren’t active for extended periods of time. 30 minutes of sex might burn off 85 to 150 calories but remember the average ‘intravaginal ejaculation latency time’ is not even close to that.
It’s a myth that men think about sex every 7 seconds. That would be more than 57,000 times per day. Over 40 percent of men report thinking about sex only a few times during a single month or even a few times per week. Four percent of men may think about sexual intercourse less than once a month. There’s no truth in this one at all.
Interestingly, it’s also a fallacy that dead males can develop post-mortem erections. Rigor mortis is definitely the third stage of death, but not generally in that region. However, it is possible to die with an erection and keep it. It actually occurred pretty often in men who died via hanging.