In England, they're paying attention to the Serious Threat that is Smaller Penis Size. This shocking reveal was published in the UK's The Independent:
Indeed, new research at the University of Rochester in New York state shows that boys born to mothers with raised levels of phthalates were more likely to have smaller penises and undescended testicles. They also had a shorter distance between their anus and genitalia, a classic sign of feminisation. And a study at Rotterdam's Erasmus University showed that boys whose mothers had been exposed to PCBs grew up wanting to play with dolls and tea sets rather than with traditionally male toys.While there's nothing wrong with boys who want to play with dolls and tea sets, hopefully this will help explain to the "homosexuality is a choice" blowhards that chemicals interact with genes to cause these effects. Which means that sexual orientation is genetic. Got that?
And guess where else phthalates are found? That's right, sex toys. Read my previous work about jelly toys here and here.