Study links ball-size to fatherhood

Mike came across an interesting article from the BBC yesterday that says “Researchers at Emory University, US, said those with smaller testicles were more likely to be involved with nappy changing, feeding and bath time.”

The article continues, “Those at the smaller end of the spectrum were also more likely, according to interviews with the man and the mother, to be more active in parenting duties.”

It makes me curious how difficult it was for the reporter¬†not to write, “Those on the smaller end of the scrotum …”

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