Study: Men With Smaller Gonads Are Better Dads

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Study: Men With Smaller Gonads Are Better Dads

Researchers at Emory University found that men with smaller testicles were more involved fathers and helped to a greater extent with parenting duties than men with large testicles. What do you think?

  • “Maybe I’ll tone down the ‘great dad’ stuff a bit in public. Thanks for the heads-up.”

    Kris Kellow
    Orthodontic Band Maker
  • “Explains my dad. He only ever talked about himself and his giant testicles.”

    Penny Gallavan
    Kick Press Operator
  • “Hmm. I’ve only got one testicle, but it’s huge.”

    Albert Mitchell
    Ceramic Restorer
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