Dating Website Helps Single Ladies Find Well-Endowed, Circumcised Men
A dating website has been launched to help ladies find well-endowed suitors. The website, called 7orBetter.com, helps "take the guesswork out of dating" by letting women know in advance what really comes between a man and his briefs.
Men who sign up for the dating website must disclose how long their privates are, and, like the name of the website suggests, seven inches is the minimum. Men also need to indicate whether or not they're circumcised.
The website was launched by Steve Pasternack, who is also behind another infamous dating service, SugarDaddie.com, that lets young men and women look for older, wealthy suitors, and vice versa.
"For men interested in women, it is quite easy to see if the woman's breast size is to his liking or not, or even the shape and size of her derriere," the website says. "The same goes for women interested in men. There are many women that feel the size of a man's penis is very important to them."
However, because a "properly behaved", respectful woman would never dare ask a man how big his penis is or whether he is circumcised, "a woman will date a man perhaps for a few days, weeks or maybe months," just to be disappointed with "what they find," when they finally "take things to a new level," according to the website.
"It is at this time that many women are disappointed with what they find and now they are in an awkward situation. They like the guy, but they need to move on if they are to be sexually satisfied," the site explains.
According to The Inquisitr, it is unclear whether or not the men are required to submit any proof of their size, or whether the dating service will claim responsibility if men really aren't as well-endowed as they claim to be.
The idea behind the site might actually make sense. A study published this month revealed that size really does matter to women. The research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences revealed that penis size had a "significant influence on male attractiveness." In the study, female participants were asked to rate the attractiveness of different male figures that varied only in penis length.
"Males with a larger penis were rated as being relatively more attractive. Our results directly contradict claims that penis size is unimportant to most females," researchers wrote.
For big-package-loving women too shy to sign up for the site, there is a more accurate way to judge just how much a man is packing in his pants: the "Predicktor" app. Forget shoe size, the new $3 "medical prediction" smartphone app uses a complex scientific-based formula that factors in information like height, finger length and sexual orientation to predict the size of a man's erect penis.