Ancient phallus unearthed in cave
A sculpted and polished phallus found in a German cave is among the earliest representations of male sexuality ever uncovered, researchers say.
The 20cm-long, 3cm-wide stone object, which is dated to be about 28,000 years old, was buried in the famous Hohle Fels Cave near Ulm in the Swabian Jura.
The prehistoric "tool" was reassembled from 14 fragments of siltstone.
Hey now, a cave girl has to do, what a cave girl has to do! Actually, the 14 fragments were really parts of ancient petrified cucumber, but ok, if you want it to be a penis, let it be a penis, even cave girls can be resourceful.