Semen Displacement Theory Explains A Mushroom Cock’s Shape
Semen Displacement Theory Explains A Mushroom Cock’s Shape | MEL Magazine
Is this really where we are now: judging how penises look? James, by email. Try to enjoy your Nintendo Switch now, people. Honestly, it was like the Founding Fathers all over again. Write a musical about that, Lin-Manuel Miranda. Who made that decision??? But back to Trump.
Odd reason penises are shaped 'like mushrooms' - and it's all to do with love rivals
We know, we know: President Trump has a mushroom dick. Sorry to step on your mushroom, but both of these things are correct. That combo of the mushroom head and the umbrella lip may seem counterintuitive, but it makes perfect sense, according to evolutionary theories. This, combined with the fact that human ejaculate is expelled with great force and over considerable distance up to two feet if not contained , suggests that men are designed to release sperm into the uppermost portion of the vagina possible. In this view, the mushroom dick is a kind of insurance policy of paternity.
Scientists say that penises have a 'ridge' at the end for a very specific reason. It's not something people tend to ask themselves in their daily lives but, if you've ever questioned why penises are shaped the way they are, you're in for a surprise. We don't mean the length, or the girth, but the bit at the end that can look a bit like a mushroom. It turns out there's a very specific reason why it's shaped like that - and it's all to do with biology and love rivals. Experts believe the penis evolved to have a "ridge" to scoop out the semen of love rivals, giving them an advantage when it comes to getting a woman pregnant.