A woman’s explanation of why Greek statues from antiquity have tiny penises has become widely popular. Look at it here:
Ruby Reign noticed the disproportionately small kn**s on the historical statues and found herself scratching her head, so she decided to investigate.
In a video posted to her TikTok account, she asked, “Have you ever wondered why so many of the ancient Greek statues have colossal muscular physiques and yet a tiny package?”
“Well, I did some research because I have.”
While Ruby’s research revealed that this hasn’t always been the case, our attitude toward most things these days—especially penises—seems to be, the bigger the better.
What I didn’t know was that the Greeks frequently depicted their adversaries, the Egyptians, satire creatures, and even fools in comedies as having large appendages – so it was quite a negative thing to have, which is quite different today, she continued.
Actually, I found that in ancient Greece, big D’s were bad and small D’s were good. How come, though? It is clear that this is different from today.
You probably want to know the reason the Greek heroes were given tiny peckers at this point more than anything else.
Ruby asserted that it has everything to do with how perceptions have changed.
It turns out that having a smaller package was regarded as a sign of virtue, civility, self control, or discipline in ancient Greece, she said.
Furthermore, having a larger one was a sign of gluttony, barbarism, and lustfulness, which is interesting because it differs from today.
Nearly four million people have watched all of Ruby’s videos combined, and the lecture was well-liked in the small willy community.
“Remember lads we were on top, now the Barbarians have taken over,” one person said.
Another person added: “We have to go back to our roots.”
“I was really born in the wrong generation,” a third person added.
Ruby came to the conclusion that the fact that we perceive size differently highlights the fact that there is no such thing as objective beauty.
“I just think it’s interesting to compare the viewpoint today that, sometimes, people think bigger is better with the perspective back then that smaller is better,” she said.
And it just proves that social constructs like beauty standards and ideals are all that they are, so we shouldn’t waste time feeling sorry for ourselves.