There’s no denying it: Most Westerners have, at some point, snuck a glance at David’s twig-and-berries. The statue by Michelangelo is famous for many reasons, but mostly David’s uncircumcised phallus and delicate balls are focal points. The Catholic Church understood the allure of naked statues -- that’s why, during the heyday of European sculpturing, it went about veiling or castrating any it could find. Museums like the Vatican are filled with those disfigured statues, which, in turn, sort of make you wonder what happened to all... More >>>