True Story: The Man With No Penis

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Ever since TLC announced a documentary special about a British man born without a penis who says he’s slept with more than 100 women, it immediately raised questions about how he managed to keep his anatomy secret from so many partners.

Andrew Wardle, 40 — who suffers from a condition called bladder exstrophy, which caused that organ to grow outside his body — finally revealed that answer and other shocking admissions in “The Man With No Penis” when it premiered Monday night.

Here’s what we learned.

He kept his condition a secret from his current girlfriend by telling her he had kidney problems

Manchester, England-based Andrew met Fedra, 24, who is from Hungary, in a hotel and the two began a long-distance relationship, making it easy to avoid sex. When she later moved in with him, he told her he had a microchip in his kidney to deal with infections, so that she would avoid contact with his nether regions. She happily accepted their sexless relationship for a year.

His girlfriend found out about his condition by reading it in the newspaper

After 40 years of lying, Andrew finally decidedly to come clean about his anatomy not by sitting Fedra down for a serious conversation, but by giving an interview to a tabloid and TV talk show. Not surprisingly, she was shocked and angry when she found out.

He slept with more than 100 women by giving, not receiving

Friends say Andrew was always good at picking up women and had many one-night stands. “I knew my way around a woman’s body, I knew my way around their mind,” he says in the special. “I was very confident in bed of what I could do to them so they wouldn’t come near me and they were finished and I was fine.”

He used drugs to cover up his condition

Besides keeping his sexual encounters all about the ladies, he also abused drugs — ecstasy, amphetamines, LSD — to have an excuse for why he couldn’t perform during one-night stands. Although we don’t condone lying to sexual partners, this is further proof that a penis is not as important as most think in the sexual act for pleasure. For small dick men who have serious confidence issues around sex, Andrew’s story should prove that anything is possible with the right attitude and techniques.

It’s going to take two years for him to get a new penis

After meeting with a doctor, Andrew will undergo four painful surgeries over two years to reconstruct him a penis with muscle tissue from his forearm, finally giving him a fully functioning member.

He and his girlfriend are still together

Despite initially refusing to talk to Fedra about his condition even after publicly coming clean and suggesting they break up, Andrew eventually opened up to his girlfriend, and she is standing by him through the surgeries and his road to recovery.

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