DON’T CHOKE! AVERAGE MALE PENIS LENGTH HAS GROWN 24% IN THE LAST 30 YEARS!
Well, that’s news to me! It seems that researchers, not night crawlers, have discovered an amazing and possibly disturbing fact. It seems as if the average male human penis length has grown by 24% in the last three decades. The news comes from a published report on their findings from the latest edition of The World’s Journal of Men’s Health. The researchers aggregated 75 studies from between 1942 and 2021 that all focused on the penises of just under 56,000 men, from different populations all over the world. But is this good news? Or is their cause for concern?
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HUMAN PENIS LENGTH GROWTH SPURT IS A TOTAL MYSTERY, OR JUST WISHFUL THINKING?
So what are the numbers of this phallic boom? In the last 29 years, the average penis size has gone from 4.8 inches to an astounding 6 inches. And yes, that astounding is, as it were, tongue in cheek. But speaking of tongue in cheek, women don’t seem to have noticed any uptick in erect salutes over this time. But why the concern over this international masculine manifestation of greater heights? Well, we don’t really know why penis length has gotten longer. It’s a mystery! But there are other numbers that aren’t as titillating.
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BUT AS PENIS LENGHT GETS SUPPOSEDLY LONGER, ARE PENISES GETTING LESS EFFECTIVE?
As penis length has gotten longer, sperm counts have gotten smaller. Like, a lot smaller. We’re talking about a drop of 60% in the last 45 years. If that trend continues, population control will get a lot easier, and soon. So maybe it’s God’s way of addressing the male ego with some painful irony. As penises get longer, they may also be getting less effective. But why is penis length finding bigger numbers on the ruler? One doctor thinks the simplest explanation is how men (and researchers) are doing the measuring. They want them to be longer, therefore they are…
Penis length! The maybe gift that keeps on giving what maybe it always did.