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Difference Between Growers and Showers

There is no correlation between the flaccid and erect phallus length.  Some men’s phalluses expand significantly in length in the erect state, compared to the flaccid one and other’s do not demonstrate such significant expansion. 

In colloquial English, those two types of men are divided into “growers” and “showers”. This division is conditional and there is no scientific basis behind it. 

The difference between growers and showers is due to genetic factors. It can also be related to man’s age, health, and the amount of collagen in the tissues of the penis. 

 

What is Growers?

A man whose phallus extends considerably in length in the erect state, compared to the flaccid one is called a “grower”. 

Being a grower is not related to the flaccid penile length, co-morbidities, smoking history, erectile function, and race. It is determined by genetic factors, man’s age, health, and the amount of collagen in the tissues of the penis. A man may become a less pronounced grower or even a shower when he ages. The main reason for this is that the proportion of collagen fibers in the body changes as people get older.

Studies have shown that the average change in penile length in an erect state is 4.0  cm, so this value is used as a conditional cut-off value between growers and showers. Growers are men with a difference between the flaccid and erect state equal to or more than 4.0 cm. 

 

What is Showers?

A man whose phallus does not expand significantly in length in the erect state, compared to the flaccid one is called a “shower”. 

Being a shower is not related to the flaccid penile length, co-morbidities, smoking history, erectile function, and race. It is determined by genetic factors, man’s age, health, and the amount of collagen in the tissues of the penis. A man may become a more pronounced shower when he ages. The main reason for this is that the proportion of collagen fibers in the body changes as people get older. 

Showers are men with a difference between the flaccid and erect state less than 4.0 cm.

 

Difference Between Growers and Showers

  1. Definition 

Growers: A man whose phallus extends considerably in length in an erect state, compared to the flaccid one is called a “grower”, 

Showers: A man whose phallus does not expand significantly in length in an erect state, compared to the flaccid one is called a “shower”. 

  1. Flaccid/erect length

Growers: The flaccid and erect length significantly differ, the difference between them is equal to or more than 4 cm. 

Showers: The flaccid and erect length are very similar, the difference between them is less than 4 cm.

  1. Age

Growers: Typically, growers are younger than showers. A man may become a less pronounced grower or even a shower when he ages due to changes in the proportion of collagen fibers in the body.

Showers: Typically, showers are older than growers. A man may become a more pronounced shower when he ages due to changes in the proportion of collagen fibers in the body.

Growers Vs. Showers

 

Summary of Growers Vs. Showers: 

  • There is no correlation between the flaccid and erect phallus length.  
  • A man whose phallus extends considerably in length in the erect state, compared to the flaccid one is called a “grower”, 
  • A man whose phallus does not expand significantly in length in the erect state, compared to the flaccid one is called a “shower”. 
  • The difference between growers and showers is not related to the flaccid penile length, co-morbidities, smoking history, erectile function, and race. 
  • The difference between growers and showers is due to genetic factors, man’s health and the amount of collagen in the tissues of the penis. 
  • The flaccid and erect length are very similar in showers and significantly differ in growers. 
  • Typically, growers are younger than showers. A man may become a less pronounced grower or a more pronounced shower when he ages due to changes in the proportion of collagen fibers in the body.

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