No, really, this is serious:
Relatives of the donor involved in the first successful penis transplant in the U.S. say they are opting to remain anonymous.
Alexandra Glazier, CEO of the New England Organ Bank, says the family of the donor – who had died – is praying for recipient Thomas Manning’s continued recover.
Glazier says the family indicates that Manning’s well-being is helping them cope as they mourn the loss of their loved one.
And here’s the serious question: does size matter?
No, really, I’m being serious. This is the first time that a choice, in the US at least, could be or has been made. Yes, sure, there’s things like tissue matching and so on. Donor availability.
But this is an interesting point to ask. Does size matter? Has the recipient (who lost his dick to cancer) asked about this? Have the surgeons even considered it?
No, not is dick size something that we, ourselves (whether male or female), think important. But, as economists always like to ask: was it considered important in this decision making process?
We’ll never be told but would be interesting to know……