Study: Size of male 'taint' impacts fertility

The taint, chode, grundle, perineum, fleshy fun bridge—-whatever you call the strip of skin between your scrotum and anus, all men have one. Due to its unfortunate position at the vortex of body funk, the taint has received a bad rap. However, a new study may change how we think about the grundle; researchers have discovered that the length of a man's chode is significantly correlated with the health of his semen.

The link between anogenital distance, has long been a predictor of fertility in other mammals such as male rats. A recent study out of the University of Rochester Medical Center expanded this link to humans. Led by Shanna Swan, researchers