Apr 3, 2016

The Top 10 Public Penises of Mexico

I haven't spent a lot of time in Mexico.  I'm interested in the south, with the Aztec, Mayan, and Olmec archaeological sites, but they're over 2,000 miles away, a bit far for a summer vacation.

But northern Mexico has its attractions: bars, bathhouses, museums, and a lot of public art.

Here are the top 10 public penises of northern Mexico.


1. Guanajuato, part of the homeland of the Otomi Indians, features this statue of the very muscular Pipila, a local folk hero.
















2. Th Centro de las Artes in San Luis Potosi has two semi-nude men wearing Commedia dell'Arte masks mounting balls.


















3. Two men in flight outside an office building in Tampico,


















4. The nude, rather well-endowned Neptune holds court in Monterrey.

5. The Monument to the Founders commemorates the 17 families who decided to stay Mexican when Laredo was ceded to the U.S. in 1848.  So they crossed the river, shirtless, and founded Nuevo Laredo.

More after the break.
















6. There are a lot of statues of naked ladies in Mazatlan, but only a few men, mostly chasing the ladies.  This buffed Indian ballplayer is outside a restaurant.















7.  A boy riding a seahorse, in Puerto Vallarta



















8. The monument to Benito Juarez and the Mono Bichi in Nogales, the biggest statue of a naked man in the world.  "Mono Bichi" means "Naked Guy" in the Yaqui Indian language; the statue's official name is "Monument to Ignorance."

















9. A gnarly pescador (fisherman) in Guaymas.


















10. The monument to the workers of Nuevo Leon.

See also: 10 Public Penises of South America.