31 Jan 2014

Are women more likely to cheat on a man with big balls?

Are women more likely to cheat on a man with larger testicles?

By Mark Prigg; Edited by; S W T Read

Scientists say there is a correlation between fidelity and the size of a males testicles?
Researchers studied primates and found differences in testicle size were reflected in female fidelity.
They found bonobos, who have particularly large testicles, mate in large groups whereas gorillas have small testicles and have a smaller number of partners.

'We can determine the degree of fidelity in the female by looking at the size of the male’s testicles,' said Petter Bøckman of the University of Oslo, who led the study.
It makes you wonder how or way they came up with this study, better still who funded it?

'If the male will only fertilise one female and has no competitors, he only needs sufficient sperm to reach the egg, therefore the small testicles.

'If the female mates on the side, it is smart to have as many cars in the parking places as possible.

'Then, the male must have testicles that are as large as possible. However in gorilla troops there is only one male, so, they don't need big balls!
Even though the gorilla has a small harem, he has no need for large testicles – his balls are tiny.

The team also studied the animals that have the largest testicles.
'Animals with short lifespans may have enormously large testicles,' the researchers said.
So I suggest you should take a look at your own if this study is correct, of course this depends on your age I suppose.

'In one type of grasshopper the testicles occupy half their body mass. The testicles are even larger in sea urchins.They spawn directly into the ocean. To increase the chance of fertilising an egg, the sea urchin is a huge testicle with a little shell around it.

The testicles of humans are one and a half times larger than those of gorillas, the team said. They say this shows that we are an unfaithful race by nature.

The professor said: 'This testifies with abundant clarity to life in our flock. 
'We can pledge our fidelity until we are blue in the face, but this is evidence that females are cheating.
Sorry ladies, this study tells us once again that us males are more faithful.

'We are not like chimpanzees, where the female has four or five sexual partners every time she is in heat, but there is always a certain likelihood that the neighbouring male has dropped by.

So what does this study really tell us, well it's a complete balls-up, that's all I can say.

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