For men who worry that their tally-whackers aren't quite up to snuff, just imagine having no tally to whack at all? Such is the case of Andrew Wardle, 39, of Britain. Wardle was born with a rare condition where he had fully functioning testicles and no penis. All berries and no twig. Further, his bladder was outside of his body.
This type of abnormality occurs in one in 6 million male births.
Surgery corrected the problem with the bladder, but until now, nothing could be done to rectify the ill-fate that prevented him from having a penis. The condition, which he managed to hide from others growing up, caused him severe depression in which he contemplated suicide.
Wardle's sister spoke with his doctor and found out about a new surgery where skin can be grafted from his arm, folded into a tubular shape and attached to his genital skin. A prosthetic implant will fill out the skin allowing him to not only urinate, but to penetrate and have sex. This opens up new possibilities for Wardle who would like to have a family. (Pictures of Wardle on New York Daily News)
He claims to have had sex with around 100 women sans penis, but the fact that he doesn't have one has put off many of these ladies. Now, with his upcoming surgery, (the first of its kind) he can look forward to adding penile penetration to his obviously alternative bag of sexual tricks. And how many men get to special order their schlong size?
Good luck, Andrew Wardle. We look forward to hearing about your post-op sexual success.
M. Gwynn has authored two books, Harvest and The Cat Who Wanted to be a Reindeer on Amazon.com .
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