Thalidomide and BIG wangs

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  1. ThickAZGuy

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    Not much in the way of Celebrity on this... but where the heck else to post it:confused:

    Okay... here's an odd one for all of you. I was listening to Howard Stern on my way to work this morning and he had this guy come in who was known as Paul the Thalidomide Comic.

    Parts of the following are direct quotes from Sterns site. Here's the link:
    http://www.howardstern.com/rundown.hs?month=April&day=27&year=2006&x=22&y=5

    The guy stood 4'1" and had all sorts of deformities. For those not familiar with Thalidomide, it was a drug some pregnant women took decades ago to help them get through their pregnancies, but ended up causing birth defects.

    The guy claimed Thalidomide was created by Hitler in order to create “the perfect race” and in doing so part of the side effects were oversized genitals - hmmmm.

    Because Thalidomide was designed to create a species of “perfect people,” Paul commented the only positive that came from his mother having used the drug was it gave him a 12-inch penis!! 12 and a quarter to be exact...
    :shocked: WTF!!

    The comic also said his mother took only seven Thalidomide pills when she was pregnant with him, which he thought was one of the reasons he’s lived as long as he has - thus reaching puberty and his supposedly enormous schlong.

    Obviously Stern being Stern, he challenged to guy to prove his wasn't blowing smoke out of his deformed little sphincter, but the guy refused to reveal his protuberant and prolific pecker in fear of losing of his day job. Well, the guy was far from funny, so Stern quickly dismissed him and sent him on his jolly way...

    First I had ever heard of Thalidomide being created by the Nazis with the side effect of mammoth manhoods!

    Anyone else ever heard of this too?

    Interesting urban legend created by the comic or some truth to what he had to say??
     
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    Easily debunked. Thalidomide did not exist during Hitler's lifetime; it was first synthesized in 1953.
     
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    Mindseye is right (of course). Thalidomide also does not "cause" the penis to grow.

    I guess the guy feels it's important to make up for his physical deformities by talking about his foot-long schlong, real or imagined. Thalidomide causes some awfully debilitating abnormalities.

    Good for him for asking for proof, but maybe Howard Stern should stick to interviewing the guy who bottomed for Clay Aiken.

    Changing subjects: your cock, ThickAZ, is HOT!
     
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    ...I think that the act of asking for proof is actually just indicative of the fact that Stern's ability to pick up on social satire and in-your-face irony displayed by minorities ain't all that it might be. :rolleyes:
     
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    So many children hurt from that drug.
     
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    And ThickAZ does it for me too...Now that is a celebrity cock
     
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    Indeed, but not as well known is the efficacy of the drug (and some analogues) in inhibiting some kinds of Cancer, is almost 100% effective in treating ENL (a complication of Leprosy), and can boost immune response in HIV/AIDS patients, especially those with TB.

    What misled people in the 1950's and 60's was the apprarent lack of toxicity in animal tests. It was declared safe (even for pregnant women) without proper evidence and the consequences of that are well known.
     
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    yeah, thalidomide gives you a big dick. also, dioxins are good for your complexion, uranium oxide makes a delightful salad dressing, and mainlining raw sewage gives you a WICKED BUZZ
     
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    Yuschenko should probably change his dealer then, he's clearly getting low quality gear :tongue:
     
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    Ditto..........damn!
     
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    Some years ago a thalidomide victim spoke at a local service club. He is armless, a former prosecuting attorney in a nearby county, Played high school football as a place kicker, and is self sufficient in many ways. I expected that someone would help him eat---no way! He slipped off his loafers and his feet came up above the table. He picked up his knife and fork with his toes and went about eating like he had both arms and hands. He said that his parents didn't "baby" him but taught him to use his feet in place of hands. I'll never forget the dexterity of those feet when he used them to eat

    :smile: :biggrin1: :smile:
     
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    It is possible that any chemical that alters the hormonal balance of the developing foetus in utero could affect adult penis size. It appears that there is a certain period of time during gestation when hormones activate genes, morph tissue and then save the changes to the developing child. More likely culprits for BIG wangs than thalidomide are pituitary tumors and hydroxylase deficiencies; diseases that alter the Hypothalmic - Pituitary Axis.

    Try Googling for 'Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia' to learn more.

    Following is an excerpt from something I found here:
    http://www.hss.bond.edu.au/psyc12-214/lectures/week9notes.htm

    "The effect of prenatal androgens on genital development is an example of
    an *organizing effect* of a hormone, which means a hormonal effect on
    physical structure. Prenatal androgens also have an organizing effect on
    brain development. At *birth*, there are distinct *differences in brain
    structure between males and females*. For ex., the *medial preoptic
    nucleus* of the hypothalamus is 3 times larger in males than in females
    - which is not surprising since it controls male sexual behaviour
    (another nucleus nearby is called the *sexually dimorphic nucleus
    *because it is also much larger in males). Also, in females, the left
    *cerebral cortex* is thicker than the right, while in males, the right
    cerebral cortex is thicker than the left. A third structural difference
    is that the *anterior commissure* is larger in females than in males.
    The anterior commissure is a small tract between the 2 hemispheres in
    the frontal part of the brain; it is much smaller than the *corpus
    callosum*, which is the main tract connecting the 2 hemispheres. Recent
    evidence indicates that the corpus callosum itself is also
    proportionally larger in females.



    "Studies have shown that these and other differences between the brains
    of men and women largely depend on exposure to *prenatal androgens*
    during a critical period of fetal development. This critical period is
    during the 3rd and 4th months of pregnancy. If a fetus (even a genetic
    female) is exposed to high levels of androgens during this critical
    period, the result will be *masculinization of the brain.* The degree of
    masculinization depends on the level and timing of androgen exposure.



    "In some cases, female fetuses were exposed to androgens. This has
    happened in several ways. The adrenal gland produces small amounts of
    androgens in both males and females, so if the pregnant woman has a
    hyperactive adrenal gland (called *congenital adrenal hyperplasia*) it
    could produce enough androgen to masculinize the female fetus. Also, in
    the 1950s and 1960s, a number of pregnant women took the synthetic
    estrogen *DES* to prevent miscarriage. Though an estrogen, high levels
    of DES have a masculinizing effect on fetal development (ie, it acts
    like testosterone in this respect). When a female fetus is exposed to
    high levels of androgens or androgen-like chemicals from an early stage
    of development, the result at birth will usually be an *intersex*, which
    means that the genitals are intermediate in structure between male and
    female (in contrast note that a true hermaphrodite has both ovaries and
    testes, which is a very rare genetic condition). In many intersex cases
    the doctors can’t tell whether the infant is a boy or a girl! This
    happens in about 1/2000 births. The interesting thing that can happen
    from a psychological point of view is that in some cases of prenatal
    androgen exposure in female fetuses, the brain was masculinized but the
    genitals were not. This can occur because the critical period for
    masculinization of the brain is slightly later than the critical period
    for masculinization of the genitals. So if the androgen exposure occurs
    after the genitals have already developed as a female, the brain can
    still be masculinized. These cases shed light on the role of prenatal
    hormones on brain development and gender identity.



    "*Females exposed to prenatal androgens* showed some interesting
    behavioral differences from normal little girls. As children, they were
    more aggressive than normal girls of their age. They enjoyed more sports
    and rough and tumble play compared to normal girls, and were more
    physically active in general. They were usually regarded as tomboys.
    They also preferred to play with boy’s toys, such as toy soldiers and
    trucks, instead of girl’s toys like dolls and houses. And as adults,
    these women showed a much higher rate of lesbianism than normal women:
    nearly a quarter of them became lesbians versus only a 1-2% rate of
    lesbianism in the general female population. So the effect of prenatal
    androgens on brain development seems to predispose people to physical
    aggressiveness, male sexual behavior, and a generally high activity level.



    "In *rats,* exposure to prenatal androgens will make a female rat behave
    just like a male. As an adult, she will fight with males and mount other
    females. Studies have also shown that if a pregnant rat is subjected to
    *extreme stress* during pregnancy, this causes release of stress
    hormones into the blood which can *block the effects of testosterone* in
    the developing male rat’s brain. The result is that the male rat is
    physically a normal male, but exhibits homosexual behavior as an adult.
    He is attracted to other males, and assumes the female position in the
    presence of other male rats.

    http://www.hss.bond.edu.au/psyc12-214/lectures/week9notes.htm
     
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    My sister went through the same thing. She was born with out arm (had small almost flipper-like appendages) They tried to get her to use prosthetic arms, but she preferred to use her feet, so they had the useless "arms" removed. She drives, dresses herself, eats, types, writes, etc... all with her feet. Until I got older, I thought this was normal and learned to use my feet and hands both, My sister is amazing!
     
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    This is one of the weirdest and extremely interesting blogversations I have ever witnessed. Kudos to THICKAZ who started it all! =) Before today I had never heard of any of this.

    Great job guys!
     
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    You forgot two, my dear Doc.... "I won't cum in your mouth" and "the check is in the mail."

    Love ya... missed ya lately.

    Wait a minute, I'm starting to think that you and Madame Zora are one and the same person.
     
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    Thalidomide was popular in the early 1960s causing short-arm syndrome .
    I think some sufferers also had eye problems ?
    No men!ion of bigger genitalia though .
    Interestingly enough, the children of the original thalomide victims(now in their 40s) were "normal" but there have bben abnormalities in the grandchildren .
    There was a rent boy in Piccadilly who had no arms but a thriving business.
    Thaslidomide is now used for Leprosy in Brazil (with tragic results in pregnant ladies)...
     
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