Filipino Men Would Rather Talk of Penile Erection than Size
Filipino men would rather talk about virility—how long they could last for sex rather than the size of their penises. Unlike their male counterpart in Congo who feared to have been victims of penis snatching, they are not that superstitious and fear of shrinking their penises. They are afraid however of being known as uncircumsized and losing in capacity to maintain long time erection.
Lately, Congo had been on the forefront of the news due to rumor of “penis stealing.” This resulted to the arrest of “13 suspected sorcerers accused of using black magic to steal or shrink men’s penises after a wave of panic and attempted lynchings triggered by the alleged witchcraft” by the Congo police according to Reuters.
“Reports of so-called penis snatching are not uncommon in West Africa, where belief in traditional religions and witchcraft remains widespread, and where ritual killings to obtain blood or body parts still occur.” Police also detained 14 alleged victims who claimed that sorcerers made their genetals shrink or disappear by simply touching them. Likewise police had to arrest accused sorcers and their victims to prevent bloodshed similar to what happened in Ghana a decade ago. Angry mobs had beaten to death 12 suspected penis snatchers.
“Rumors of penis theft began circulating last week in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo’s sprawling capital of some 8 million inhabitants. They quickly dominated radio call-in shows, with listeners advised to beware of fellow passengers in communal taxis wearing gold rings.” Some residents called it an extortion as victims are asked to pay some money in order to get cured.
Chief Jean-Dieudonne Oleko of Kinshasa police wanted to tell the (supposed to be) victims that it was only one huge joke.“But when you try to tell the victims that their penises are still there, they tell you that it’s become tiny or that they’ve become impotent. To that I tell them, ‘How do you know if you haven’t gone home and tried it’,” he said
Some people of Kinshasa however accused a separatist sect (from a nearby Bas-Congo province) of being behind the alleged witchcraft as a revenge for government crackdown on its members recently. But a certain Alain Kalala, 29 years old, who earn for a living by selling phone credits near a Kinshasa police station claimed the news to be true. “It’s real. Just yesterday here, there was a man who was a victim. We saw. What was left was tiny.”
Unlike their African male counterpart, Filipinos have been known to have short (but tough) penises. and are not even bothered about the size of their organ; they are more concerned with circumcision of which it is a social disgrace if one is not. Filipino men would rather talk of virility and length of time they could maintain penile erection. Filipino men count on the number of times they can have sex with their partner over the night (or during the day) they plan to have sex.To date fertility rate in the Philippines is high and it is one of the countries with fast growing population in the world.