A university in Australia wanted to find out if men are insecure about the size of their manhood, and they found men are...but more in the locker room then the bedroom.

Victoria University conducted the study and found men are NOT all that insecure about what women think of their penis, but more insecure about what other guys think about it.

According to researchers, "Men's preoccupation with size was rarely to do with pleasing sexual partners or even appearing as a better sexual partner.  It was more about competition with other men."

They continued saying, "Many felt most insecure about their size in environments where other men might see them, [like] gym locker rooms."

This was found true for men of all ages surveyed which ranged from 18 to 76.

The study also found men are insecure about their weight and muscle size around other men than they are in front of women.