A UK-based Nigerian doctor has left social media buzzing after he took to the Twitter platform to educate men who brag about the size of their "schlongs" and how 'destructive' it can be to the woman's reproductive organ.
Identified as @DrOlufunmilayo on Twitter, he used a picture of the different measurements used to describe the width of a dilation during child birth. Using the photo, he addressed men who were fond of bragging about their bedroom prowess with their supposed enormous manhoods.
He wrote: "During labour/delivery, When a woman’s cervix (the gate of the womb) is fully opened at 10cm, to allow a baby to come out, this is what it looks like. But men like to fool themselves and assume they can “shift your womb”.Yet 95% of penis width is under 5cm. Beautiful delusion."
He went on to add: "“But it takes 9months for the body to prepare for this”Exactly. Now think about it. If it takes 9months to prepare for a delivery of a whole baby, an act that doesn’t even “shift the womb”, is it your 3cm width penis that will make a difference? Lmao. Pls get the fvck."
He went on: "Ok let’s be serious. No sensible man should have ego built on s*x or penis prowess. That’s ephemeral and daft. Build your ego, if you have to, on more serious and exemplary qualities. Not on numbers of “shifted wombs”
"And actually no penis can ever actually shift a womb.To start with, very very few penis will even touch the cervix (the entrance of the womb) during s*x. Not to talk of hit it enough to have any impact on the womb. Let’s get serious.Womb shifting is a myth. Let’s drop it.
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"This is simple anatomy. And a touch of common sense. Nothing more. No Penis can shift a womb. Quote me anywhere. And even if by any remote possibility there would be, maybe it’s the context of an adult man r*ping a toddler. Or something worse. But in normal situations? Nah.
"Can a woman get exhausted after s*x? Yes. That’s because s*x can be draining. Can a woman feel pain after s*x? Yes. That’s because if she’s dry, she can get small tears and bruises in the v*gina. But is that the same as Womb Shifting? Absolutely not. Get your terminology right.
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