Women do not have penises or testicles. These sex organs are specific to men. As the boy in Kindergarten Cop demonstrates, even young children are aware of this most fundamental fact of life. However, in the genre of erotic fantasy art known as futanari, hermaphroditic “dickgirls” defy nature’s dictum that boys will be boys and girls will be girls. The hybridization of the sexes is fascinating. However, futanari often goes well beyond the simple confusion of sex and gender, depicting other sexual aberrations such as multiple breasts, multiple penises, or oversize cocks and balls. I am a devotee of male-to-female transsexuals who opt to retain their male genitals while becoming, in every other way, feminine. The combination of tits, ass, penis, and testicles (and, sometimes, cunt) is, to me, a heady (yes, the pun is intended) mixture that never fails to thrill and please.
People can get used to anything, it seems, including the presence of a cock and a pair of balls where a cunt should be. (In some dickgirl art, the male genitals replace the female sex organs; in other such art, the vagina is retained, either within the scrotum, between the balls, or in the perineum. My preference is for its exclusion, rather than its relocation.) Seeing the same fantastic image over and over takes some of the mystery and incredibility out of it. Indeed, after viewing a few hundred (or thousand) dickgirls, one moves beyond a mere suspension of disbelief, readily accepting (if only imaginatively) the possibility of the existence of such fantastic creatures as a sort of third sex which is neither fully male nor completely female.
Most dickgirls have enormous penises and testicles. Impossibly huge, in fact. No suspension of disbelief is possible; the dimensions of the cock and balls is far too tremendous to allow even the pretense of possibility. The absurdity, howev Continue reading