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Is this A Sexy Post?
WARNING this post contains images from the Body Worlds 2 Exhibit – you might not like them and you might want to scroll on down past them as quickly as you can.
As I’ve mentioned, I just got back from my spring break vacation. I had a very fun and busy time skiing, popping into the city, and relaxing by the fire. ^_^
Oo! A prize to the person who correctly guesses where I took this shot!
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One of the things I did while I was “doing stuff” was head over to the Science Center to see the Body Worlds 2 exhibit (since this was it’s last week in town).
I went on Saturday night with a friend and we ended up staying there for three hours! The exhibit was open all night too, so when we left, at 1am, there were still people arriving. In fact, all the tickets for that whole 24 hours period were sold out! (luckily we bought tickets online a few days in advance).
As a woman of science, I found the exhibits fascinating. I’ve taken a number of courses covering a lot of physiology, so it was very cool to see the real thing (instead of diagrams). And the full body plastinizations were very very cool. If you ever have a chance to see Body Worlds, do it!
However, as a perve, I couldn’t help noticing all the… bits. At every full body plastinid, I found that my gaze went straight down before I could look at the other, educational, parts of the display. Now before you dismiss me as a disgusting sex fiend (for the record, I was NOT attracted to the bits! It was just innocent curiosity/fascination) – after talking with a few other people who had seen the exhibit or who knew people who had seen it, I found that I wasn’t the only person who noticed all the penises and vaginas!
They certainly did stand out!
For example, here – This was the first one I saw. Aside from the penis, the interesting thing here is the knee implant (also the muscle severed here is one that I know very well).
The interesting thing about this plastinid is that many of his nerves have been preserved so that you can see their paths AND this particular fellow had/has 6 fingers and toes on both hands and feet! But when I showed this pic to a friend, the first this she said was, “you took this picture because of his cock didn’t you.” Shocking!!
Here I tried to take a picture of a female plastinid – it didn’t work out so well because I was worried that I might get in trouble (tho there were no signs saying that I couldn’t take pictures). I think we were supposed to be looking at her musculature, but to be honest with you, I was very tired by this point and had already spotted her vagina from across the room.
This fellow is “drawerman” I thought he looked very cool (see, it’s not all about the penises!)
As we wandered around the exhibit, we did overhear some of the other patrons wondering aloud about various features of the plastinids and body systems (I must confess that I nerded out and answered a couple of them) - one question that caught my attention was muttered by a youngish man to his female companion: “How can all their dicks so big? “
He didn’t seem like he really wanted an answer, but if YOU do sweet reader, read on!
You may not know this fellas (and ladies), but a good portion of your penis doesn’t dangle between your legs. The root of your penis starts pretty deep on your pelvis, which, if you think about it, is a very good thing. That way you don’t have to worry about it flopping around too much when it’s hard and you have all that stuff inside you holding it steady while you have sex, so that you can thrust as hard as you like.
What kind of stuff you ask, stuff like the suspensory ligament (shown in the diagram below). This handy ligament attaches the penis to the pubic bone (sounds pretty sturdy, eh?) and helps give your penis it’s happy-go-lucky upward lift when you’re hard.
When a man decides that he wants penile enhancement surgery, the doctors will snip this friendly little ligament and stretch the penis out of the abdomen a little. This will make the gentleman’s penis look longer. BUT now the poor penis will not be as stable when erect, it will wobble around and could get seriously hurt during penetrative sex. :( Doesn’t sound worth it to me.
SO in answer to the original question (finally), some the plastinids look like they have/had big cocks because we are seeing their entire penis – including the part that would have been inside the abdomen.
And now, since you’ve been so well behaved sweet reader, I offer you some gratuitous and unrelated porn to make up for the plastinids’ unsexiness. Enjoy:
Make sure it’s steady hunny!
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