Study: Size of male taint impacts fertility

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Apparently size does matter — at least when it comes to fertility. Though it's probably not the bodily area you're thinking of that counts. Scientists at the University of Rochester Medical Center have found that the "anogenital distance",  the area between the anus and the scrotum, more commonly known to lay people as the taint, correlates to male fertility.

The longer the distance, the greater the man's semen volume and sperm count. Just check out these numbers: if a man's taint is less than two inches, he's seven times more likely to be "sub-fertile" than his larger-grundled peers. So there you have it. The anogential distance has officially become just another private part for guys to feel self-conscious about (or brag about, as the case may be). As for baby-seeking ladies, well they just got another reason to carry a tape measurer on them, for purposes of evaluating prospective mates of course. Plus, given the results of yet another recent fertility study, they'll want to have to have crazy, kinky sex (and let's face it, who doesn't?). Thanks, science.