An article by Doctor Phil Hammond has suggested that perhaps our manhoods are getting smaller… He explains…

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We have a lot of data about the size of men’s penises, thanks mainly to Grindr (that is research isn’t it?) however penis size from 60 years ago is near impossible to obtain, so finding out whether our penises are getting smaller as we age, is difficult to compare to previous generations of men.

However, it is suggested that perhaps because we are living longer up to 30 years longer, (one in three of us now lives past the age of 100), and are weighing a lot more than we used to, so we are carrying around the excesses of our lives for 30 years more. Meaning that as we get older, unless we retain good health and a flat tummy, our dicks could be shrouded in fat…

Doctor Phil Hammond wrote in The Telegraph,



“A big belly makes your penis look smaller, and if you can’t see it at all when you look down you need to get a grip quickly. You’re at high risk of type two diabetes and arterial disease, which can also affect the frequency and firmness of your erections.

“The bottom line is that a good erection is a sign of good physical and mental health, but for most women, your smile and smell are far more important than actual size.”

So what do you think?



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