An Englishman offers a surgeon money to perform a pretty standard operation: leg amputation. However, for the surgeon, there is no good medical reason to do so, since the man and his leg appear healthy. That the money and leg belong to the same person is irrelevant. Money changes to a loaded gun and the surgeon is forced to operate at gunpoint. It is revealed the man sacrificed his leg to win the heart of the one-legged woman he loved.
Do You Want to Have Sex with My Fake Leg?
Do You Want to Have Sex with My Fake Leg? - VICE
Unfortunately the opportunity has yet to present itself, however, in my extensive exploration of amputee-devotee forums, I recently made friends with Paul. Paul is a year-old amputee from northern England. He is missing the lower part of this right leg, and in recent years has discovered he enjoys dildoing his sexual partners with his stump. Recently, Paul and I sat down over Skype and girl-talked about stump play, watersports gangbangs, and other random funky avant-garde sex stuff. Paul: It was amputated when I was nine years old due to a congenital bone defect.
‘We innovate now’: sexual lives following lower limb amputation
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You would, however, be preoccupied with the recovery and wellbeing of your partner or spouse. Respondents noted they still wanted sex, experienced orgasm and desired their partners post-LLA. They also felt some areas of their sexual lives had improved somewhat following LLA as the problems associated with the amputation such as chemotherapy, pain or infection had hampered intimacy previously.