One Kiss, Three (Potentially Four) Brains

“[W]hen I talked to contemporary surgeons about how they decide whether to undertake the substantial risks some separations involve, I found that surgeons had two fears, sort of conjoined: one, that twins would grow up conjoined and thus never have sex; two, that twins would grow up conjoined and actually have sex.”
—Writer and bioethics professor Alice Dreger on the sex lives of conjoined twins, who must have the best/worst stories about inappropriate questions asked by strangers.

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