In 2005 when I first began doing pornography research because of the “pornification” of American culture, I ventured into numerous men’s forums to see what they were saying about women, pornography, and other sexual issues.
That’s where I first learned that many men are taking razor blades and cutting off their penises. I saw a lot of pictures of severed organs, which I certainly would not post here. The sickest photos involved men eating their severed members.
I’ve mentioned before that Ricardo Romo, the president of the University of Texas at San Antonio, had embraced the transgender agenda, putting trannies in the ladies rooms, over the objections of the women employees of the university. So, right on campus, we had the university encouraging males to mutilate themselves.
Within the last 24 hours Drudge linked to a story about a man who cut off his penis without the aid of a hospital or doctor. I didn’t read it.
As far as I can tell, it’s only white men that are doing this. To be clear, we’re not just talking about trannies here, but about men who want to live as men, but without a penis and testicles.
Let’s see if we can ferret out clues as to why by delving into this article and then see if we can figure out how to stop this self-genocide by white men..
There are men who wish to become eunuchs in the classical definition. For them, removing the entire penis and testicles can be a remarkably fulfilling, relieving experience, even though they may still identify as male and use male pronouns. In their online enclaves, such people sometimes identify as “eunuchs,” “nullos,” or “smoothies.” In the medical literature, they are referred to as male-to-eunuchs, suffering from their own unique form of gender dysphoria.
Some of them journal their experiences in online forums, asking others around the world where they can go to have their penis and testicles totally removed, or plaintively debating historical research about the iconic eunuchs of China who inhabited the Forbidden City and served the Emperor with great influence and esteem.
Because of the scarcity of providers, the expense, and the taboo nature of the procedure, patients who seek penile amputation have few options. Men who are seeking to nullify their sex often go to great lengths to find someone who is willing to help them. “There are very few surgeons in the world who are comfortable with this,” says Dr. Curtis Crane, one of the nation’s leading experts on penises. “I’ve done a few [full penectomies]. We get a few requests a year, and I think it’s a good service to provide to the community.”