If you’ve seen the Greek statues of men, you could pay attention to the size of their penises and wonder why sculptors sculpted them so … small. If statues really reflect the physiology of the men of that time, the Greeks are not too lucky. However, the question arises whether this is true with regard to absolutely all the Greek men.
These days, men dream of having a large and impressive penis, but in ancient Greece, it was not so. In those days, according to the canons of beauty, big penises were considered grotesque and comical. Every Greek wish to have a thin small penis, and that, in their view, the ideal size is reflected in art – particularly in sculpture.