Too much dysfunctional dicking around in Washington DC?
So what else is new? Now the National Institutes of Health, a division of the Department of Health and Human Services, has come under scrutiny for spending precious dollars on what many consider to be useless and wasteful programs.
Probably the most stupid of the bunch was a study that examined what effect a gay man’s penis size has on his sex life. Apparently inquiring minds wanted to know to the tune of $899,769.
Other recent research by the agency has been directed towards fascinating and must-know subjects as:
- The behavior of male prostitutes in Vietnam, $442,340.
- The impact of a genital washing program of uncircumcised men in Africa, $800,000.
- And $423,500 to find out why men don’t like wearing condoms.
The NIH undoubtedly got its money worth learning that gay men who felt they had inadequate penis sizes were more likely to become "bottoms"—as in anal receptives. While better equipped studs most often ended up as "tops" or anal insertives.
And of course, that male members with smaller weaponry were most likely to be psychologically troubled by those with larger schlongs.
The bottom line: More useless pocket pool playing by pols with our shrinking dollars!