Tuesday, 5 January 2010

Sex Fact #3

Back in 1609, Dr. Wecker found a dead man with two penises. Since, around 100 cases of double penises have been reported.

Earwigs, snakes, lizards, and crustaceans aren't the only ones with paired sexual appendages. Some men have been reported to "sport" one or several extra penises and penises that naturally split in two. Duplication of the penis is an extremely rare anomaly with only about a hundred cases being reported since the first case reported by Wecker in 1609.

There are three types of diphallus, namely a true diphallus with two independent penises, a bifid phallus that may be glandular or complete and a pseudodiphallus having a rudimentary phallus in addition to the normal penis.

In some men with two penises, both penises can become erect simultaneously, the right more vigorously.

We at WTFSexFacts know a man who has two penises and regularly shows them on camera on the popular website Cam4.

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