First penis transplant recipient's girlfriend is pregnant


#1

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#2

I want to thank you with complete sincerity for not including a photograph of a gangrenous penis.


#3

Bingo!

Big Time!


#4

My sister is a nurse. The last time I was over there she was punking us with pics of gangrenous penises. I was not amused.

On, and that condition also carries a very high mortality rate.


#5

“You can’t handle the truth!”


#6

Technically they’re just saying that his girlfriend is pregnant. That doesn’t necessarily mean that he’s the father.


#7

… but … but … circumcision is good for your health!!! /s

Game on…


#8

It’s amazing that in the 21st century there are still primitive cultures mutilating genitalia to please God…


#9

First penis transplant recipient’s
It is amazing to see how far medicine has come

girlfriend is pregnant
but it’s nice of them to acknowledge they still haven’t perfected everything.


#10

Note the American diagram featured does not even make an attempt to depict a foreskin.


#11

At least mine were “mutilated” back in 1969 for the relatively evolved reason of “for the hell of it.”


#12

#13

No offence intended, but it just blows my mind that ritual mutilation is still SOP in so much of the modern world


#14

It’s pretty much done only for religious reasons outside of the US, and seems to be finally seems to be in decline there.

I still find myself slightly appalled at how a normal dick is the butt of jokes in American media


#15

Are such jokes really that common? I’m a bit sensitive to the subject, and can only think of one instance a few years ago: a weird biased “humor” article interviewing New York women about preferring circumcised penises. Apart from that, i can only think of ribald references to “uncut studs”, used as a gentle atavism, but that didn’t bother me apart from the associated racism.


#16

It’s actually a fairly ubiquitous gag in American comedies, right down to “South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut” drawing an “ew!” from the kids after the final word during the trailer. Elaine from Seinfeld was vocally repulsed, and I think Sex and the City did a whole episode about one of their characters being unable to deal with a partner’s “shar-pei”.


#17

plural???


#18

Sorry. My genital.


#19

I believe that all dicks, normal and otherwise, kinda deserve to be the butts of jokes. They’re objectively pretty ridiculous.


#20

Point taken.