Museum of penis obtains first human specimen (video)

The Icelandic Phallological Museum

The world’s only museum dedicated to the male genitalia is a step in the implementation of its decades-long dream – to complete its collection with a human specimen.

The Icelandic Phallological Museum covers a wide range of penises: 280 of 93 species. Among the exhibits there are 55 whales’ penises, 36 of seals and 118 of terrestrial mammals.

In July 2001 the museum acquired the first human penis. But the separation from the body has not become in the best way, so the search has continued.

“The Final Member” is a documentary whose main actors are the two final elderly candidates for ‘honor’ their penis to remain in history. Which one will take pride place in the museum we will find out on April 18, when is a scheduled premiere of the film.

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