rightasrain saidHe's probably talking about this study
Here's the key phrase of the report summary: "On all five measures, homosexual men reported
larger penises than did heterosexual men."
Just because gay men reported that their goods were larger than straight men again does not make it true. I could tell someone I have a 9 incher but, alas, it wouldn't make it the truth. What I take away from this is that there is a real, and reasonable, likelihood that gays are more likely to be physically insecure and preoccupied with their bodies than our straight counterparts (The profiles on the RJ website alone gives weight to this argument). With that might come the need to "enhance" our penis dimensions when asked by others so as to satiate our need to measure up to the "ripped body/big dick" stereotype that many gays feel they should have.
Also, look at the years of the study. The Kinsey Institute questioned men for the years of 1938 to 1963. While I am unwilling to discount such a dated study as I have no proof that it is wrong, I would be more comfortable accepting the results of a study that is more modern and doesn't rely solely on the honesty of the respondents.