NSFW :: Are Two Heads Better Than One?


EDGE Media Network Contributor

Sunday January 5, 2014

With the new year comes a new medical term - at least for many of us: Diphallia. It is a rare condition in which a man is born with two penises.

According to an entry on the topic at Wikipedia, "This is an extremely rare disorder with only approximately 100 cases of diphallia recorded since the first, reported by Johannes Jacob Wecker in 1609. Its occurrence is one in five and a half million men in the United States."

"DoubleDickDude"  a man with the condition, came out on the website reddit.com a few days ago and his post (not surprisingly) went viral. The unknown man even supplied a photos of his double-header. (Note: this isn't suited to be seen in an work environment.) Click here and here to see them.

Buzzfeed.com was the first to publish the snarky Q&A with the man, which included such information that, yes, he has a favorite (his right one); whether or not he has thought of having one removed (when he was a teen, but not now); is one friskier than the other? (the right beats the left to full erection); has he had oral sex with two people at the same time? (Yes, but "it's a race" and can be awkward); Is he bisexual? (Yes); What about relationships: (He use to have casual sex, but now has two partners - one male, one female - which he considers "monogamous.")

He also thought of doing porn, but chose not to.

"i'd only be popular for so long and then i'd just be another blip in the hiccup of the porn business. the pay is shit from what ive seen and I don't need money, I'm comfortable now. Besides, i can't figure a value for my dignity. the only reason I let photos out is because i thought people might like to know, at least one guy with two normal dicks exists."

He immediately became an internet sensation, so much so that yesterday Twitter suspended his account. "Reddit gave me my voice. Twitter took it away... and won't give it back," he wrote on his Tumblr account. The reason? He was too pro-active in answering queries.

The following is is Tumblr post:

"As those of you who followed me on Reddit and Twitter may know, I was suspended from Twitter. Not for the photos I posted, but simply for replying to the 100's of messages I got. Twitter suspended me twice initially because of it and warned not to abuse their service. I responded and went about talking to my followers.

"Today (6 hours ago) Twitter suspended me again and has since to give me ANY explanation for the suspension.

"I've been told that Twitter users can Tweet @Support and demand they restore my account. So if you want me to continue discussing everything started on Reddit, tweet at Twitter Support #RESTOREDDD and if you like add #doubledickdude @DiphallicDude

"After talking with my significant others, they agree that if Twitter decides not to restore that I should bow out from the public and simply let it go. So if that is what happens, I thank you all for the kindness and support."

For updates, visit his Tumblr account.