The author's true identity and credibility is a mystery, but he/she sights researchers and other credible sources throughout the article, and also provides tables and graphs from the research studies.
While some of the author's language and discussion is immature (see "teeny peen"), he/she does a decent job at explaining the research process in lay-man's terms. Also, he/she makes some good points about the limitations of the research studies, such as little racial variation, that may have affected the findings. It was interesting to read that most of the men who were seeking surgical or hormonal procedures to increase their size were worried about the size of their penises when they were flaccid rather than erect. As a woman, it was also interesting to see that men seem to suffer from distorted views of their body parts due to media (porn) similar to many women (tv, magazines, models). Once the men in one of the studies were shown that they fall within the normal range, most of them (71.7%) said they felt better about themselves. Maybe if women were not bombarded with so many "perfect" body images in the media, and came in contact with women who fall within the normal range more often, most would also feel better about their bodies.