We may have found the answer to why all most men are so bad at determining the size of their manhood.
According to urologist and author of The Ultimate Guide to Male Sexual Health, Dudley Danoff, ‘Summer Penis’ is real. In a column for MEL Magazine, Danoff writes that the “elusive phenomenon” known as ‘summer penis’ where the flaccid penis appears larger than normal can be scientifically proven.
According to doctors, ‘summer penis’ is caused by increased blood flow in warmer weather. The medical definition is vasodilation, which is the widening of blood vessels that results from relaxation of the muscular walls of the vessels.
“The warmer the ambient environment, the more the blood vessels dilate, and the warmth allowing vasodilation, increases blood flow,” Danoff explains.
“The increased blood flow will increase, and the corpora [the erectile tissue] will be expanded, and the penis will be ‘larger’.”
Which leaves the final question. Is big dick energy also seasonal?