01 November 2009

Penis resources

Need information about your most valuable asset? Here are some useful books, websites and video clips.


A surprisingly large number of men and boys know next to nothing about one of the most valuable of their bodily assets: the penis and the male reproductive system. If you want to improve your knowledge in this department, these resources will come in handy.


The folks at have a great selection of books about the penis which range in style from the serious to the funny and the down-right peculiar:

The Penis Book by Joseph Cohen

Private Parts: An Owner's Guide to the Male Anatomy by Yosh Taguchi

Talking Cock: A Celebration of Man and His Manhood by Richard Herring

Dick: A User's Guide by Michele C. Moore and Caroline Costa

A Mind of Its Own: A Cultural History of the Penis by David M. Friedman

The Penis Diet: A Comprehensive Wellness Plan for Man's Most Prized Possession by Damon Z. Cozamanis

The Big Penis Book by Dian Hanson

The Penis Dialogues: Handle with Care by Gabriel Constans

How to Live with a Huge Penis: Advice, Meditations, and Wisdom for Men Who Have Too Much by Richard Jacob and Owen Thomas

Penis Pokey Activity Book by Christopher Behrens


Herefs a short YouTube video that explains the basics of the male reproductive system:

Watch this next YouTube clip for a more detailed anatomy lesson:

Online resources

For more information about the penis on the internet, try these websites:

Healthy Penis

Penis Research

More penis info:

Penis 101
How the penis works
How an erection happens
What's wrong with my penis?
Penis size per country
The lowdown on the penis
The lowdown on your testicles
Your foreskin
Erectile Dysfunction (ED)


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