A penis study focusing on the relationship between height and self-esteem was discontinued because of the tremendous response
Alicia Walker, a sociology professor at Missouri State University, shortened the project after making headlines with the Unorthodox He called for the "public reaction" for the decision to stop research on how penis size affects factors such as personal relationships, sexual competence, and condom use . 19659002] "I have made this decision voluntarily," Walker said in a statement. "I continue to believe that the relationship between penis size and self-esteem is an important area of scientific inquiry, but the public response to the project threatens the reliability of survey responses, compromising the reliability of the study as a whole."
Walker The Post said earlier this week that they have received a few hundred penis images since June 1
These submissions have never been seen and have been destroyed, according to the Springfield News Leader.
Walker said the results of the study could have helped boys with "fear and misfortune" because of their perceived size.
"We need to talk about the body dysmorphology of men, about the way our society recognizes greatness, and about how worship affects people," Walker told The Post.