Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Cock and Health I

Our lovely Jean has sent us another fascinating article from the New York Times to peruse with our morning coffee.
This is a subject very near and dear to every man: Size. Size matters. Size counts.
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And not just for aesthetics, or a matter of personal pride, or a measure of "manliness." We're talking about cock size relevant to health. The condition known as "micro-penis," one that is 2.5 standard deviations from normal; i.e., if normal is 5.3" micro-penis would be...(I'm terrible at math, somebody help me out here). But, the real concern - size-wise - is that once a guy is fully mature, it is too short to penetrate even the outer vaginal lips.
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The condition, according to Dr. Aseem Shukla, Associate Professor of Urology at the U of Penn, and pediatric urologist at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, should be noticed and diagnosed at the new-born stage. Yes, folks - that early! And not because of an inability of a guy to enjoy his cock, find partners, or procreate without jacking-off into a cup.
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Because micro-penis can be an indicator of any number of underlying issues: Hormonal disruptions, rare genetic syndromes, and it's important to ensure that other hormonal issues - like low blood sugar - don't endanger the child's life.
Perri Klass, M.D., (author of the article) and her colleagues are getting questions of size on a more regular basis than in past decades, and wonder if it's a "cultural preoccupation and anxiety" issue. No, ma'am. There is nothing new about men being obsessed about penis size.
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There is nothing new with fathers being concerned about whether their son's cocks are measuring up to normal.
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Perhaps the conversation is broached more often because we are finally getting more comfortable with male genitals and function.
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And, finally coming to terms with not only the psychological attachment we guys have with our cocks...
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 But, what I really find interesting - intriguing - maybe even surprising! - are the discoveries of how important our cocks are as an indicator of overall health.

6 comments:

Xersex said...

I read something I didn't knew. Dick is important, he's (or should be) one of our best friends!

LORD PATRICK said...

Another great post! Very good information with great "pictures"! I guess mine is about "average"! I've never had any complaints! Trust all goes well for you at present! Injection went well. Much relief this morning, but how long will it last! The specialist told me yesterday that I could have these injection about every 3-4 months if needed, but I don't want too much cortisone in my body!

French Patrick said...

My cock has penetrated no "outer vaginal lips" for several decades. Should I be worried? Do I have to consult a doctor? You are sure? Even if it is by choice and not for reasons relative to its size? Good thing I read this post.
It's with a lot of bisous of all the dimensions that I wish you a wondrous day, mon chéri, as well as to our invaluable Jean.

AOM said...

Cocks as a thermometer of health. Interesting article. I hope you are well and having fun, bro. Wishing you a super bonerific day! Hugs, Licks, and Strokes, AOM

Jean WM said...

The picture along with the article showed a doctor peering into the diaper of a male baby. Yes, a good pediatrician should be watchful but the article says it is often the parents who are bringing size up more and more. It is the mother who asks, but it's the father who appears most anxious for the right answer, "everything is normal." Growth and maturity is a long process, but fathers are starting to ask earlier now.

What surprised me, doctors often recommended losing weight! Apparently with children getting fatter, penises are appearing shorter!

Many hugs!

SickoRicko said...

Very good post!