Say what you want, but feminism has indeed spread some negative sentiment against penises. How gratifying it is then to find a female scientist who has studied penisses for years with enthusiasm. Diane Kellys enthusiasm, as it turns out, was not about sex but about the very specific anatomical features of this organ.
What Diane Kelly has found does rehabilitate penisses at least as an anatomical peculiarity. In Diane Kellys opinion, studying the penis can produce many useful medical and industrial applications. Her more general point is, that anatomy is not a dead science, but still holds many prominsing discoveries, if you dare to boldly go where others think you shouldn´t.
Postscript: Apart from all these practical and completely unsexual applications, I am of the opinion, that a penis – or multiple penises – when used right, can cause, or may i say stimulate, a lot of pleasure.
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Notice: This article is translated – and some contents might have been added or left out to better meet the needs of an international audience – from an original article on one of my german websites Viktor-Leberecht.de or Polygamie-ist-gut-fuer-sie.de (engl:Polygamy is good for you). How i do my translations. Last updated: July 22, 2012 at 20:03 pm © Viktor Leberecht All rights reserved. Please feel free to share my content, but on republishing this post please provide a link to the original post, which happens automatically when you use Social-Sharing-Services. What do you think? Leave a comment here or send me a question through the contact form or the FAQ.Tags: Diane Kelly, Penetration, Penis, Sex, TED