In Ancient Greece, Having Large Penis Was Symbolic of Foolish Men

On the other hand, small ones were a sign of intelligence, rationality and self-control.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - You may have heard that old saying that size does not matter. Some people may disagree with that statement, but to the ancient Greeks it is entirely correct.

Experts reveal that although they are hung up on sex, many would prefer partners with smaller penises to more robust ones-and believe that the preference may one day be back in fashion.

The ancient Greeks, ostensibly the parents of Western cultural and aesthetic values, abhorred large genitals. "[In ancient Greek culture], the perfect or beautiful penis is delicate," explains John Clarke, an ancient scholar of erotic art . . .

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