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Recently, Manhunt decided to tackle on the question everyone wanted answered. Which state has the largest *ahem* manhoods. Ever since Manhunt added penis size as part of member’s profiles they have slowly been gathering intel to conduct this all-important survey. Are all you size queens ready for the results? Turns out that Washington D.C. has the largest average coming in at around 7.59 inches. And just like that, inquiries for flights to nation’s capital on expedia.com and travelocity.com just skyrocketed. I guess the phallically shaped Washington Monument has more than one meaning.

So who came out on bottom? Coming in at an average of 6.34, the nation’s most northern state clocks in the lowest average. If you factor in how most guys give their “members” a half inch to an inch extra grace, Alaskan men could come in below 6 inches. No wonder Alaska has a shortage of women- they all took off looking for bigger “opportunities”. Could it be that the state’s cold climate exposes Alaskan men with extreme shrinkage? Who knows. I think further investigation is needed. Maybe all you power bottoms out there need to take one for the team and find out. Check out below to see where your state factors in.


1. District of Columbia – 7.59
2. New York – 7.50
3. California – 7.45
4. Florida – 7.44
5. Kentucky – 7.42
6. Georgia – 7.41
7. North Carolina – 7.39
8. Pennsylvania – 7.39
9. Rhode Island – 7.38
10. Minnesota – 7.34
11. West Virginia – 7.32
12. Illinois – 7.31
13. Arizona – 7.31
14. South Dakota – 7.31
15. Texas – 7.30
16. Ohio – 7.30
17. Missouri – 7.30
18. Nevada – 7.29
19. Kansas – 7.29
20. Mississippi – 7.28
21. Oregon – 7.27
22. Tennessee – 7.27
23. Massachusetts – 7.27
24. Maryland – 7.27
25. Hawaii – 7.24
26. South Carolina – 7.24
27. Colorado – 7.23
28. Louisiana – 7.22
29. North Dakota – 7.22
30. Michigan – 7.20
31. Connecticut – 7.20
32. Wisconsin – 7.19
33. Idaho – 7.19
34. Vermont – 7.16
35. Nebraska – 7.15
36. Washington – 7.15
37. Utah – 7.14
38. Virginia – 7.12
39. Montana – 7.10
40. New Jersey – 7.10
41. New Hampshire – 7.08
42. Indiana – 7.08
43. New Mexico – 7.06
44. Alabama – 7.05
45. Maine – 6.98
46. Iowa – 6.96
47. Oklahoma – 6.96
48. Arkansas – 6.96
49. Delaware – 6.94
50. Wyoming – 6.92
51. Alaska – 6.34