3 responses to “Small Balls, Better Dads”

  1. Melissa

    This study could be good news for both men and women.
    I know thousands of men could do with the confidence boost. I mean how many rude and embarrassing jokes have been told about smaller sized balls.
    What man would admit he had small balls.
    Putting the penis aside the size of men’s testicles should have nothing to do with sexual preferences.
    If this information was common place, I wonder how many men would rush out to buy those tight hugging jeans they thought they could never fit into.

  2. Jen Singer

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  3. Jennifer L.W. Fink (@jlwf)

    That study and the resulting news coverage pissed me off. I mean, it’s bad enough that men still face bias that implies that caring for kids is a woman’s job. Now we need to do studies and write headlines that practically scream that being a good dad is emasculating?!?

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