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Actually, it's the size of his testicles and belly that matters, not the size of his man-gland. This girl's guide to male machinery includes basic information about the penis and testicles, male sex drive, semen, the male take on masturbation and intercourse, fertility, dysfunctions, and sexually transmitted diseases. Fisch (clinical urology, Columbia Univ.) and journalist Baskin also answer questions about "blue balls," the taste of semen, post-ejaculation snoozing, and honeymoon cystitis-topics not usually covered in sex guides. The questions come from women all over the country; the answers are documented via references to the medical literature, and a glossary is included. But the book lacks other necessary supporting material. There is, for instance, no list of resources, either print or web-based. A "Finding Help" section includes only New York City physicians, New York City hospitals, and some national associations. And, further, illustrations are sparse, consisting mainly of the pelvic cross-section, a sperm cameo, and a schematic for the angle of the dangle by age. A good resources section and lighthearted, informative drawings throughout would have really perked up this helpful and entertaining but limited work.