Penis Museum Opens In Iceland; No Human Exhibits Yet, Though
Posted June 9, 2008
A new museum in Iceland features penises of over ninety different animals, but hasn't expanded to human donors just yet.
This is a new kind of museum if I’ve ever seen one. A man named Sigurdur Hjartarson in Iceland has opened up a museum entirely dedicated to penises everywhere! It contains the reproductive organs of over NINETY different species, with a total of 261 penises in all. That’s a lot of penis.
He doesn’t have any human specimens yet, but Hjartarson has managed to get four men (all from different countries) to promise him their penises when they die. It’s only open in the summer, but last summer over 6,000 people turned out to see the exhibit. You can read more about it at AOLnews.
And, to learn more about the penis, you can always visit The Kinsey Institute!