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originally posted by: olaru12
I wonder if they charged by the inch?
originally posted by: Tranceopticalinclined
a reply to: HUMBLEONE
heh, if he lives through it.
I'm not so sure I believe the hype from the doctor, since many doctors have issues attaching hands, but here we are talking about a penis attachment working as it should so... who am I to not say they've made head way...
originally posted by: Unity_99
Aside from whose child it is, it may be his after all. And it is reported to be functioning. But....the thought of what pirates will do checking out locker rooms and body parts. Really upsets me.
The correct thing to do, is clone the parts needed. Everyone should have their organs for transplant available and their own parts capable of being grown. The technology exists.
And while we're at it, why eat a living animal, when you can clone the parts needed without the brain.
...Maybe they can and if so, I'm worried about a new crime wave of body snatching
originally posted by: AnuTyr
welp all the transgenders will be so happy to see this. Now they just need to figure out how to clone functional testicals and a woman could indeed become a man. After all that is said and done, The population will be ripe from condititioning to accept full human clones. Which was always the ultimate goal of those who want transgenderism to be premoted.
originally posted by: daryllyn
PLOT TWIST: She cheated.
Kidding (kind of) aside..... This is a huge breakthrough. I hate to think of why he needed a transplant in the first place....
originally posted by: halfoldman
a reply to: Annee
Botched ritual circumcision is certainly one factor, but there are other causes for men to lose their penises, like cancers or accidents.
There are also birth defects, and boys born without organs for whom this procedure holds great promise.
Botched Ritual Circumcision Leads To World's First Penile Transplant