So, I guess the first item of buisness is: yes, there's a penis museum. Sigurdur Hjartarson runs the Phallological Museum in the tiny Icelandic fishing town of Husavik, known for its whale watching and, well, the fact that it has a penis museum.
Since its founding in 1974, it's reguarly brought thousands of visitors each year, with its "170-centimeter (67-inch) sperm whale penis preserved in formaldehyde, lampshades made from bull testicles and what the museum described as an "unusually big" penis bone from a Canadian walrus." But, despite its success over the last thirty-five years, it's still lacked one essential specimen: a human being. … read more