Phyllis, who is newly married, doesn’t agree with the university lecturer, though, saying it takes more than boosting self-esteem.
“If science and technology can be used to predict weather, improve crop production and generally make our lives easier and more rewarding, I see nothing wrong with men making their male organs larger.
“A lot of domestic strife and violence is related to lousy sex and if a pro-extender can improve a couple’s sex life and save a marriage, Sh15,000 is a small price to pay. If size didn’t really matter, why hasn’t any man come out publicly to declare that he has a small penis?” poses Phyllis.
What is not in doubt, however, that while men make for horrible business clients (they hardly spend money on shoes and clothing — ‘make em’ bigger’ is an enterprise that would attract them all — from the poor to the mighty and the good and wicked alike.