Going by the pool of adverts on manhood enlargers in the classified ads section in the newspapers, it is either size really matters or it is just demand that is created by those that wish to sell their products.
The products range from traditional to Chinese herbs and pumps.
This has sparked the interest of contemporary artist Elson Kambalu to produce a documentary on the manhood enlarging products.
The artist, who says the documentary is currently at research level, tells The Nation that he is getting overwhelming responses from respondents.
“I have been receiving phone calls from people nationwide and some even confuse me for someone offering the product. But the response is promising,” says Kambalu.
He says that the research will take three months and the documentary is expected to be released in August.
“I have assembled a team of film-makers who will help me in the production of the documentary,” says the artist.
He adds that the documentary has been self-financed and he has not received funding to pursue his quest for answers on the subject.
Kambalu says the documentary is supposed to establish whether the products really work and the assistance they offer.
The release of the documentary is also expected to capture the psychology and emotion behind the use of the products.