Did you ever believe there are people in this world who are record breaker at having the biggest penis and largest vagina in the world? Well, they actually exist.
World’s Largest Penis (13.5 inches – 34.2 cm)
Jonah Falcon, an American actor and writer, has been reported as having the world’s largest penis. He is said to be 9.5 inches (24.13 cm) in length when flaccid and 13.5 inches (34.29 cm) when erect. *eyes rolling*
The 45-year-old who has written about 13 books gained media attention after appearing in a 1999 HBO documentary, a Rolling Stone Magazine article, a documentary by UK Channel 4 called “The World’s Biggest Penis,” and The Daily Show.
When Falcn was offered a fantastic career in the pornography industry, he refused the offer, saying it would “just be the easy way out… it’s not going to help my legit acting career.”
In 2012, he was stopped and frisked by the TSA at the SF Airport due to the large bulge in his pants. After passing through a metal detector and a body scanner, the world’s largest dick was selected for additional screening, then finally released. You can read more about Jonah Falcon here.
World’s Largest Vagina (19 inches – 48.26 cm)
This is said to likely belong to a Scottish giantess Anna Swan (1846-1888). She is reported to be a remarkable woman who set a number of records relating to her bulk. Born normally sized, she began growing at surprising rate in childhood, finally reaching a maximum height of 7′ 8″ at age 19.
With this, she joined a side-show and went around the country, where she met and fell in love with Captain Martin Bates, another giant who measured over 7 feet tall. They got married in 1872, making them the tallest married couple in the world, a record that still stands today.
The couple settled down into married life, built a mansion filled with enormous furniture, including an 11′ by 7′ bed where they consummated their union. On June 18, 1879, she gave birth to the largest baby in history, weighing 26 lbs. and 34 inches in length.
The baby was said to be so large that it became tightly wedged in her capacious tract, only extricated by the use of forceps and belts. The child did not survive the rigors of birth, but a cast was made, still on display at the Cleveland Museum of Health. Generally the largest part of an infant is the head.
The tyke’s cranium measured about 19 inches (48.26 cm) in circumference, hence, the minimum dilation of Swan’s passage would have been 6 inches, or just over 15 cm. That’s pretty wide—the normal dilation for childbirth is 10 cm. You can read more about her here.