If one is sexually stimulated, does the other feel it?If one has an orgasm, does the other enjoy the same, however unwittingly? Conjoined twins, like the rest of us, tend not to talk in great depth publicly about their most intimate moments.
I'm afraid I just laughed when, in writing a book on conjoined twins, I came across this 1984 line by a nurse writing in a medical journal: "Two people never being able to obtain privacy to bathe, excrete, copulate, or eat defies imagination." Surgeons sometimes openly allude to sexuality as a motivator for separation surgery.
Defiant Trump yesterday vowed more attacks on Clinton and ex-president husband Bill.
One thing we know for sure about the sexuality of conjoined twins: People who aren't conjoined are fascinated by it.
A little known fact is that the Bunker wives' father originally objected to his daughters marrying the twins because they were conjoined, but because they were Asian.
(This was, after all, the antebellum American South.) Yet in the nineteenth century, when doctors discussed whether the twins Millie and Christina Mc Coy could marry, one spoke for many: "Physically there are no serious objections ...