The Daily Dose – “I think I broke my penis bone!” 

Have you damaged your penis before? We have a member of the feel good family out there with a broken penis, show him some love in the comments! 
It’s LGBT Tuesday feel good family. And this question made me cringe and squirm and frankly… grab my genitalia.
“James, help! I think I broke my penis bone.”
 Oh. My. God. Ouch. 
Now we only got into a few of the details about what actually happened to this poor unfortunate soul. While he gave me permission to talk about this on the daily dose, he did ask that I leave out the specific details. Your wish is my command. 
First and foremost, if you are having sex, you hear a pop or a crack and you have a bend in your penis that $#@%&! hurts? GO TO THE ER RIGHT AWAY! 
This is a fantastic opportunity to talk a little bit about the anatomy of the penis. There are also some really interesting evolutionary anthropologic facts about the penis in our human ancestry.
For the record, there is no bone in your penis. But apparently we USED to have one. Archaeologists believe that our ancestors had bones in their number one appendage, but 1.9-ish million years ago said bone started to disappear because monogamy. The thought is that we really only needed to get our dick hard for long enough to have sex with one person at a time, for short amounts of time, therefore we didn’t need the aid of an actual bone. 
Clearly these archaeologists were unaware of my 20s. I digress …
Even though you don’t have a bone in your penis, you can still do some serious damage to your lil homie when it is erect. That damage can also be accompanied by a gut-wrenching cracking or popping sound, bruising, bleeding and can PERMANENTLY damage your bestie if not treated in time. I think I just got nauseous … 
I break down how you can damage your erect penis and what to do about it in today’s Daily Dose! 

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