PENIS PERIL! Scientist warns pollution causing shrinkage

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PENIS PERIL! Scientist warns pollution causing shrinkage
Author of the article:Brad Hunter
Publishing date:Mar 25, 2021 • 6 hours ago • 1 minute read • 9 Comments
The Scream by Edvard Munch could be the poster for the shrinking penis size of men due to pollution.
The Scream by Edvard Munch could be the poster for the shrinking penis size of men due to pollution. PHOTO BY EDVARD MUNCH /NATIONAL GALLERY
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Men are getting the shaft.

The long and short of it is that penises are shrinking because of pollution, according to an environmental scientist.


Dr. Shanna Swan said global pollution is causing penis size to shrink and genitals to be malformed.

And it’s an “existential crisis” wreaking havoc with fertility rates.

The phallus fiend is phthalates, Swan writes in a new book, Count Down. The chemical is used in plastics manufacturing and harms the hormone-producing endocrine system.

The result is an alarming number of babies born with small penises.

Count Down by Dr. Shanna Swan has dire predictions for the future of men.
Count Down by Dr. Shanna Swan has dire predictions for the future of men. PHOTO BY HANDOUT /SIMON AND SCHUSTER
“Our modern world is threatening sperm counts, altering male and female reproductive development, and imperiling the future of the human race,” the book’s dire warning says.

The boffin began her research by studying phthalate syndrome, first seen in lab rats. When fetuses were exposed to the chemical, they were likely to be born with the shrunken genitals.

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According to Sky News, Swan found that male human babies “had a shorter anogenital distance — something that correlated with penile volume.”

Worse, the plastic is being transmitted into toys and food.


Researchers said the chemical mimics estrogen and torpedoes the production of hormones in the body, interfering with sexual development in kids and behaviour.

Canary in the coal mine indeed.

A study published in 2017 revealed that sperm levels in Western nations had plunged by more than 50% over the previous 40 years.

Swan said she believes plummeting fertility could mean that most men will not be able to produce viable sperm by 2045.

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most men will not be able to produce viable sperm by 2045.

So that's confirmed, then.

Most men will still be able to reproduce normally by 2045.

So nothing to worry about then.