Better Than One

A rare two-headed snake (Fox News)

When someone says that two heads are better than one, they obviously mean that collaborating with another person is preferable to working alone.

Of course, the first time I heard this expression as a child, I envisioned a world filled with two-headed children—having conversations with themselves, wearing baseball caps from opposing teams and constantly arguing about who was best. My imagination truly ran wild, at least until I was old enough to know better.

Then I heard about a man who was actually living with two heads, only they weren’t the kinds that sit on your shoulders; they were the kinds you hide in your pants. You see, this bisexual man—who identifies himself only as DoubleDickDude or Diphallic Dude—suffers from diphallia, a rare condition that left him with two fully functional penises. And he just published an e-memoir to share his story, Double Header: My Life with Two Penises.

Twice as nice or cursed for life? (Diphallic Dude/Amazon)

“I realized that there are still people who are genuinely curious,” he explained in a recent interview with Rolling Stone magazine. “From girls who want to know how to handle their boyfriend being uncircumcised [as he is] to guys wanting to know if they’re gay or bisexual because my equipment turned them on.”

DDD first opened up about his condition in a Reddit “Ask Me Anything” post last year. And ever since, people have been asking him all sorts of bizarre questions.

“Really, it just stuns me almost a year later that people are still reaching out to me,” he said. “So I thought I should put a book together and use that to answer questions, but also give voice to people who might feel lost in the cracks.”

Sorry, but I don’t think this guy ever has to worry about feeling lost in the crack, at least not with two 10-inch members at his disposal. Good luck finding pants that fit, though—as well as spending twice as much on condoms!

Posted on January 7, 2015, in Perspectives and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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