Ever wonder why statues of Greek men are always sporting miniature tinklers?
“They have small to very small penises, compared to the average of humanity,” notes art historian Andrew Lear, a specialist in pointing out the obvious in ancient Greek art. “And they’re usually flaccid.”
Yes, although the ancient Greeks famously depicted the male body with sculptures that represent powerful, illustrious men with rippling muscles, they all sported miniature manroots.
It turns out that small penises were once all the rage! Large, erect organ grinders were not considered desirable, nor were they a sign of power or strength in ancient Greek times.
Here’s a TikToker who put forth great effort to prominently display her cleavage while explaining the history of Greek statues with small penises.
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Nigel was out Tuesday getting penis enlargement surgery, so Hammer was joined by Casey Daniels to discuss this fascinating historical topic.