A man claiming to have two fully functioning 10-inch penises has written a ‘tell-all’ memoir about living with the rare medical condition, known as Diphallia, or man-hood duplication.
The NSFW memoir is called Double Header: My Life With Two Penises and is available as a Kindle eBook (because, y’know, it might not be something you want to wave around on the Tube).
A year ago, the bisexual man, who calls himself DoubleD**kDude (DDD) started a thread on Reddit with the immortal line: ‘I am the guy with two penises. AMA (ask me anything)’.
Underneath he wrote, ‘FAQ: Both are 100% functional. What I was born with is called Diphallia. I did NOT absorb a twin.
It’s not genetic or inherited. I am bisexual and in a committed relationship with a man and a woman, but have permission to stray only with James Franco… wherever he is. :)’
And he included photographic evidence.
The man, who’s believed to be American, spent 48 hours answering questions about the condition, which is extremely rare – an estimated one in every six million boys in America are born with it.
Of those, very few (if any) are thought to have two in working order. Most have one removed at an early age. DDD did not as his mum was worried about the surgery.
Now, exactly one year on, the 45-year-old’s published a detailed account of his life so far, where he talks frankly about the downsides of having two penises, including his ‘hellish’ childhood coming to terms with the condition. He also documents some of his wilder s*xual encounters (he says he’s slept with more than 1000 men and women), and attempts to answer ALL the questions.
Just for the record, the penises are individually able to achieve erection and climax. And he can urinate or release simultaneously.
DDD spoke to Rolling Stone about why he decided to write the book.
‘Before I was ‘DoubleD**kDude,’ no one cared about what I had to say,” he says. ‘Since then, I’ve been able to help people who felt alone or lost. I’ve gotten so many messages from people who need encouragement for one thing or another.
‘With so much negativity in the world, the ability to bring something positive to the table is a great feeling.’
Sounds like it might be a hard one to put down.
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