Future brings us Smaller Penises and there is a scientifical explanation behind it. You might not believe it, but it has something to do with the pollution and dangerous chemicals we release into our environment.

Dr Shanna Swan discovered the exact reason behind this, as she discovered that a certain chemical has a big influence on human’s reproductive organs. Phthalates, chemicals that are found in plastic products and toys are the biggest culprit.

It’s not just humans that are affected, but polar bears, otters and other animals have been recorded to have lower fertility rates as well. The use of industrial chemicals in everyday products leads to erectile dysfunction and lower sperm counts.

How will this cause Smaller Penises?

Well, with influence on erectile dysfunctions, it will automatically make male sex organs smaller. It’s just like every other muscle in your body, if you don’t use it – it becomes smaller. Not only that, but the chemical lowers sperm count as well.

It also has an influence on female fertility and female reproductive organs. While ‘Smaller Penises’ sounds really bad on its own, this isn’t the biggest(yes, we see the irony) problem. The problem is with the general reproduction and future of our species.

Chemicals and unhealthy life choices in the modern world are disrupting the normal hormonal balance. It’s havoc for our reproductive systems.

In her research. Dr Swan discovered that in some parts of the world, average women in their 20s are much less fertile than their grandmothers at the same age. Men have half of the sperm count than their grandfathers.

If this wasn’t enough of the bad news, here are some more. It also influences libido. Research has found that people with higher levels of bisphenol A, commonly known as BPA, have decreased sexual desire.

This chemical is found almost everywhere, from shampoos, cosmetics, cushions, canned foods and even receipts at the store. So, more home-cooked meals, less plastic and more homegrown organic food could help to slow this down. However, there is still much more to do to prevent the disaster.