I haven't seen any empirical evidence saying that they do or don't , but there's a lot of anecdotal evidence out there from people who don't seem to have a vested interest in selling anything to you, making it somewhat believable. However, you are wrong about only males , because it can be found in both males and females. So, the answer is yes, environmental variables clearly affect penis size. It's thought that this is because of homosexuals having higher circulating androgen levels. This has the long-term effect of reducing erection size after repeated exposure. There are several chemicals, including nicotine, that have been shown to reduce elasticity of the spongy tissue in the penis.
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Of those factors, I would venture in to saying that chemical factors should be the most important, as they can directly affect the amount of testosterone and progesterone in your body. That sounds like it could be the result of genetic factors selected for as a result of differing environmental factors, rather than strictly environmental factors resulting in changes independent of genetics. These 2 hypotheses are an oversimplification, we don't really understand what's going on when it comes to complex behavior like sexuality. It's a philosophical one I know. Though not necessarily just chemicals entering the body from an external source: When you see hereditary estimates ranging from 0.
Description:So, the answer is yes, environmental variables clearly affect penis size. Can anyone with the relevant medical knowledge answer an interesting question was brought up down the page on the subject of "jelqing" which I would potentially consider to be an "environmental factor" which affects penis size, if it does actually affect penis size: Skin, muscle, vasculature and even ligaments to a small extent can be slowly stretched to longer lengths through time. This is why some people have extra nipples or are born with a tail as a remnant of our genetic past. We're not sure why that is the case. I would be pretty pissed if that wasn't explained outright.