It has long been accepted that the size of the flaccid phallus gives no indication of its size when erect. To read that Peter Coles, director of Harley Medical Group, encourages men to spend money augmenting the size of their flaccid phallus to show off is rather sad. With the accumulation of evidence for declining sperm count and rising testis cancer, as well as prostate cancer, whose principal treatment is chemical or surgical orchidectomy, it is clear there are physical reasons why we need to pay more attention to the orchid rather than the phallus.
Orchid Cancer Appeal
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