Short men get more sex, they say

Here’s a recent exercise in data collection:

Sexual Activity of Young Men is Not Related to Their Anthropometric Parameters,” Imre Rurik [pictured here, below], Attila Varga, Ferenc Fekete, Timea Ungvári and János Sándor, Journal of Sexual Medicine, epub June 21, 2014. (Thanks to investigator Ivan Oransky for bringing this to our attention.) The authors, at the University of Debrecen, Debrecen, Primary Care Center, Budapest, Hungarian Society for Sexual Medicine, Budapest, Mr. Clinic Outpatient Center, Budapest, Hungary, report:

“Data for 531 heterosexual men aged 20–54 years were collected… The highest self-reported weekly coital frequency was recorded for men between the ages of 25 and 29 (3.02 ± 1.27). Coital frequency was higher among men with a height of less than 175 cm (2.69 ± 1.24)…”