Good news for size queens.

According to researchers at Stanford Medical School, (yes, one of the world’s leading schools is studying dick development), who studied 55,761 people between 1942 to 2021.

Over the course of 75 studies, they found an increase of 24% in the average erect penis length (over a 29-year period).

“What we found was quite different from trends in other areas of male fertility and health”, Medical doctor and professor of urology Professor Eisenberg said. “Erect penile length is getting longer, from an average of 4.8 inches to six inches, over the past 29 years,” Eisenberg said.

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“If we’re seeing this fast of a change, it means that something powerful is happening to our bodies. We should try to confirm these findings, and if confirmed, we must determine the cause of these changes.”

While it may sound like good news, it seems that these changes could come from our frequent exposure to pesticides and chemicals found in hygiene products and even foods.

These chemicals could interrupt the hormone levels in our bodies, and could also be responsible for the reduced sperm count and lower levels of testosterone.

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As a result, Eisenberg suggested that doctors should be measuring penis length more regularly:

“Just as we measure height and weight every year across the US, this is something else we could measure in a systematic fashion because it may turn out to be an early indicator of changes in human development.”

So if you could in to your GP with a throat infection and end up getting your dong measured, it’s just for science purposes.