People will always be enthralled by the exotic, the strange and the unique. The variability of humanity, the numerous iterations of human beings through the millennia, generations upon generations. It’s truly astounding. And as humanity is complicated, so is human sexuality. Sometimes a man wants a tall woman, a short woman, a skinny woman, a curvy woman. I’m not sure exactly what women want, but in America these days I think both men and women appreciate the exotic Eurasian or afro-asian racial mixes. Black and white mixes, this can be pretty sexy. When it comes to the exotic, the minority, anything that sticks out from our homogenous or monochromatic population pool, it’s more appealing.
Personally I like reds. Like Zipco. Pale and fiery [harharhar]. Like one of my favorite females in the adult industry, who by the way crossed over as I’m sure y’all know into some fashion modeling with her SMOKING hot pictorial in American Apparel back in 2010, Faye Reagan.
HOLY SHIT I just found this.
Now Faye Reagan is special, but she still only has one vagina.
Over all the numerous iterations of human beings over the millennia there were even more exciting examples of the exotic.
Take for instance the case of Myrtle Corbin:
Josephine Myrtle Corbin was born May 12, 1868 in Lincoln County, Tennessee. She was what the medical people called a dipygus. That means she was double from the waist down. Below her navel, she had two of everything. She had two pelvises and four legs [...] She was examined by several area physicians and her case was written up in medical journals of the time.
Doctors at the University of Nashville described her head and trunk as belonging to a well-developed, healthy, and active infant of about five weeks, but the lower part of the spinal column was divided resulting in four legs and two separate excretory and reproductive systems.
In spite of her deformity, Myrtle Corbin was able to live a full life. She found a career, and she even found love …
As Myrtle got older she grew to depend on her outside legs for walking and support. Her inside legs never developed to any degree although they retained sensation and could be moved about. Her right foot was
clubbed. The smaller legs only had three toes on each foot …
Myrtle hit the big time about the time she reached the age of 14. Her father got her a contract to appear with P.T. Barnum’s traveling exhibitions at the unusually high salary of $250 per week. She spent the next few
years as one of Barnum’s most popular acts. However, the teenage girl was growing weary of all the attention and curiosity given to what was going on underneath her skirt.
Myrtle was fairly attractive, had musical aptitude and because of extensive traveling, she was culturally refined for a girl raised in rural Blount County.
No doubt she turned down some would be suitors who were more interested in her money-making ability as opposed to any real romantic interest and she ended up marrying her brother-in-law, a doctor. The year after she was married, she started complaining of pains in her side, nausea, headaches and fever, and a fickle appetite.
A doctor visited and pronounced her pregnant on her left side. Myrtle told the doctor she could believe the diagnosis if he said she was pregnant on her right side.
Okay, wait a second. So, let’s think about how this conversation went down:
Myrtle to Doctor:
“Doc, I feel like crap, I’m puking everywhere, I can’t eat, I feel terrible.”
Doctor to Myrtle:
“Dear, I think you’re pregnant on your left side.”
Myrtle to Doctor:
Doc, that’s not possible!! James loves to bang my right vagina lately, it’s something about the angle!!
In any event, it was a troubled pregnancy. A few weeks later they believed her life was in danger, the recommendation was an abortion.
Nevertheless, Myrtle recovered quickly. Over the next several years, she gave birth to seven more children.
But James was not married to either vagina. It was reported some of the children were born from one side and some from the other.
An unconventional couple such as themselves certainly liked to mix things up in the bedroom!
Myrtle reentered show business in 1909. She was appeared at Huber’s Museum in New York at the age of 41 in 1909.
It had been more than 20 years since last she had put herself out for public exhibition. Of course, she was an immediate hit. In her childhood she had learned something about showmanship. She would often dress the extra limbs with socks and shoes matching the other more normal looking limbs. She continued to perform with Ringling Brothers and appeared at Coney Island.
Soon she was making $450 a week. She continued making appearances for a few more years and gradually seemed to retire from the business. In 1928 she developed a skin infection on her right leg. A doctor in Cleburne diagnosed erysipelas, or a streptococcal infection. Myrtle died a week later on 6 May 1928. The paper said many of the older people in her old county would remember her when she was a youngster. She was polite girl from Blount County who just happened to have four legs. Josephine Myrtle Corbin Bicknell was proof that even in the 19th century a woman with a severe deformity could have a successful career, be a wife and a mother, and be a little kinky in the bedroom!
Now that’s an exotic lady!
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