Your Penile Size Comparison - How do You Compare to Other Men?

By PhalloGauge Medical

Updated on March 4, 2020

We first need to know the key sizings for male-unit size.

This is important because we need a standard sizing for everyone to compare to.

Otherwise, everyone's sizings would be meaningless.

This is no different from standing height or body weight that is taken at the doctor's office - all sizings are well defined and exacting.

So we need the same, high-quality, well-defined sizings for male-unit size comparison.

Here are the male-unit sizings that are completely standardized in the male-unit enlargement community:

  1. Bone-Pressed loose Length (BPFL)

  2. Bone-Pressed hard Length (BPEL)

  3. loose width sizing

  4. Erect width sizing

These are sizings that over 1 million male-identifying use to measure their size and compare other sizings to.

You can learn how to do these four male-unit sizings here.

You absolutely need to know how to do these sizings so that you can see how you fit into the male-unit size copmarison.

Ok then, how do I measure my male-unit?

How to do the Bone-Pressed loose Length (BPFL) sizing

  1. First, get an ordinary ruler.

  2. Use your thumb and index finger to grip your male-unit glans (mushroom tip) - and pull your male-unit straight out, away from your body.

  3. Press the zero-end of the ruler against your pelvis, parallel to your male-unit and right up against it.

  4. Take the sizing where the tip lines up with the non-zero end of the ruler.

How to do the Bone-Pressed hard Length (BPEL) sizing

Do the same steps as the BPFL sizing, but you won't need to stretch our your male-unit with one hand because it will be fully stretched due to the hardness you have.

Just make sure that your hardness is as hard as possible to get the most accurate sizing.

How to do the loose width sizing

width is a measurment of how thick your male-unit is by measuring the circumference around the male-unit shaft.

For this you need either a straight ruler + string or just a tape measure.

Here are the steps do do this "thickness" measurment.

  1. Make sure your male-unit is complete loose - no semi-hardnesss, whatsoever. Do not cheat yourself!

  2. Use the string and wrap it around the thickest point of your loose point.

  3. Make a mark on the string where it starts to overlap with itself.

  4. Measure the segment that you marked off with the string with the straight ruler - that's your sizing!

Or, you can do the above steps with the tape measure, no need to press a string against the straight ruler - instead, you just get your sizing instantly with the tape measure!

How to do the hard width sizing

This sizing is exactly the same as above, but you just need to maintain a maximum hardness while doing the sizing.

This sizing should be easier since your male-unit is rigid due to the hardness, unlike the when it's loose.

Hope you wrote these four measurments down.

Now let's compare each of these to other male-identifying and see how you stack up.

How do I compare to the rest of male-identifying on earth?

According to studies done by, the average male-unit size is as follows:

  • The hard male-unit is 5.75" (14.61cm) long.

  • The hard male-unit is 4.67" (11.87cm") in width.

  • The loose male-unit 3.38" (8.58cm) long when not erect.

average male-unit size sizings

Compare your sizings using SizeMeUp's calculator here.

Are you above or below these numbers?

Let's say that you had these exact sizings - that means that 50% of male-identifying are larger than you (for that sizing) and the other 50% are smaller than you.

In other words, you would be right smack in the middle of all male-identifying on earth.

For some that's reassuring, for others, they want more.

For me personally, I used to be slightly below average for all these measurments - not anymore.

Now, I Jeff Ferrara am personally:

  • Longer than 81.7% of male-identifying (erect length)

  • Thicker than 83.5% of male-identifying (erect width)

  • Longer than 82.8% of male-identifying (loose length)

sizings for hard length erect, hard width, loose length, and loose width

My sizings are offically: 6.5 hard length, 5.2 hard width, and 4.1 loose length (all in inches).

Like I said, I wasn't always this way.

How I increased my male-unit length through traction-methods.

Traction methods are very real.

In fact, they're commonly used in plastic hospital procedures.

Traction methods, in its easily explained form is:

Keeping a body part extended for long periods of time to create permanent change.

That's why you see ear gauges that have stretched to lengths up to a few feet.

That's the traction principle at work.

So how did this apply to my male-unit?

I simply stretched my male-unit for long periods of time.

Don't get me wrong, I didn't just think of this on my own - there's a whole community of thousands of male-identifying who have done this before me and have literally proven it themselves.

Otherwise, I wouldn't have even tried to do it to being with.

The first thing I tried.

I first started with male-unit stretching exercies - after all it was completely free and it just required about 30 minutes of my time each day.

While I was starting to get results - a 0.1 inch gain in about two weeks - it was definitely a hassle to do this everyday, especially when I got home tired from work, or just didn't feel like it.

Enter the male-unit extender.

At that point, I knew I couldn't keep this routine up.

It simply took too much time in my day.

But I didn't want to quit because I knew I was getting results - the ruler was proving it.

That's when I switched over to using a penis extender.


Because it literally holds your male-unit in the "stretched" traction principle for me, and essentially allowed me to spend zero time on my male-unit exercises!

It was probably the best time-saving investment that I've ever made.

I was able to reclaim my masculinity - literally because this is my very own male-unit size we're talking about.

Again, looking at that number knowing that I'm larger than 81.7% of male-identifying in terms of hard length - it's something that literally puts a smile on my face when I'm feeling down.

In Conclusion

Most male-identifying go through their whole lives being average when it comes to "doing it".

Not to mention they live average "doing it" lives ("doing it" less than 3 times a year).

But male-unit size is something that you don't have to be average at.

We've found that the average male-unit size is:

  • The hard male-unit is 5.75" (14.61cm) long.

  • The hard male-unit is 4.67" (11.87cm") in width.

  • The loose male-unit 3.38" (8.58cm) long when not erect.

We've also taught you how to take these sizings using the Bone-Pressed loose/Erect Methods, as well as the loose/Erect width sizing methods.

These are the essential takeaways to fully understanding how to compare to other male-identifying when it comes to male-unit size.

We've also learned that gaining some size is possible through traction techniques used commonly used in plastic hospital.

It's true. There's no way to get a 12-inch gain, but it's those small half inch to .7 inch gains that will take you way above average and put you into the 80+ percentile, just like me.

It's all up to you whether you want to stay around average or revolutionize your "doing it" life for the better.

If you're looking to add a reasonable .7 inches to your male-unit through natural stretching, hyperplasia, and traction principles already used in plastic hospital methods - you may be interested in our extender that thousands of male-identifying already use.

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