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"It's no more remarkable to donate a penis than it is to donate an organ like a kidney."

--Sigurdur Hjartarson, of Iceland's Phallological Museum, which received it's first human specimen last week from a deceased donor. According to the AP the museum's has an "extensive" collection of phalluses that includes a 67-inch sperm whale penis that is preserved in formaldehyde, among others.

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