4. Supernumerary Sex Organs
This one is pretty self explanatory, right? When someone’s born with two penises, it’s called Diphallia. Three or more testicles? Polyorchidism. Two uteri or vaginal canals? Uterus didelphys. An extra breast? That one doesn’t have a cool name, it’s just accessory breast. Also, don’t google that; it’s nothing like ‘Total Recall.’
3. Postorgasmic Illness Syndrome
Another recently recognized disorder (2002), POIS is a depressing disorder characterized by “debilitating symptoms following orgasm that last for a few hours to several days.” In case that didn’t scare you enough, I’ll just list the symptoms: cognitive dysfunction, intense discomfort, irritability, anxiety, susceptibility to illness, depression, difficulty communicating, remembering words, reading and retaining information, concentrating, and socializing, severe fatigue, mild to severe headache, flu and allergy-like symptoms (sneezing, itchy eyes, nasal irritation) and muscle pain.
A lot of men have anxiety about the size of their penises, but these are often unfounded (thanks porn). Some men, however, suffer from a disorder called “micropenis,” which is exactly what it sounds like. Erect penises under 2.75 inches qualify for this classification, and there are a myriad of different causes. Sufferers often find penetration difficult to impossible, and for many years, doctors recommended sex reassignment surgery for children suffering from micropenis. Of course, since gender and sex are not the same thing, this led to some serious problems later in life.
1. Exclusive Paraphilias
Everybody has that one thing they fetishize that really gets them going, but it doesn’t have to be there for them to enjoy sex. People who suffer from exclusive paraphilias only experience sexual arousal with the presence of what they fetishize, be it feet, children, full latex bondage (pictured) or car exhaust pipes.