No more wondering if that guy on ManHunt is really 8 inches or not. A Canadian doctor has created an app for you to be able to predict the size of a man’s penis.
The Predicktor (catchy name right?) is a self-proclaimed fun and factual mobile app that predicts penis size using personal stats.
Dr. Christopher Culligan, an emergency room physician practicing in the two academic ER departments of the University Health Network in Toronto, Canada, said he created the app because of inspiration from his patients’ concerns about the size of their penis.
Did you know?
Among the little-known revelations brought to light by The Predicktor:
1) Gay men’s penises on average are longer and wider than straight men’s, according to a 27 year Kinsey Institute study
2) Only one third of women orgasm regularly during intercourse, regardless of their partner’s penis size, according to the Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada
3) Porn stars are statistical outliers - not the norm; men are more likely to be over 6’3” tall than to have a penis longer than 7.5 inches
“The Predicktor was inspired by my observation that more and more male patients no matter how healthy, how successful were expressing anxiety about the size of their penis,” Culligan said in a YouTube video.
“It’s concerning especially since most guys that consider themselves small are perfectly normal.”
According to its creator, The Predicktor was designed to be entertaining and educational. Culligan called it an entertaining antidote to the widespread insecurity, anxiety and dissatisfaction among men – and women—over penis size.
The app uses only physical attributes proven by scientific research to be associated with penis length and discards all others, like race and shoe size.
It also offers instant access to information, from the useful to the entertaining. For instance, men and their partners can compare their penises’ length to published norms around the world. If your penis is between 3.5 and 7.5 inches, you’re in the company of 95 percent of men worldwide.
So, now you can really see if your mate is telling the truth about their member while also getting informative articles on men’s health and sexuality.
The app is only available on the Android market for 99 cents, but Apple and Blackberry are in the works.
WATCH: The promotional YouTube video for The Predicktor