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    Default Would you eat someone else's genitals? What if they were wonderfully seasoned?

    Mao Sugiyama Cooks, Serves Own Genitals At Banquet In Tokyo (GRAPHIC PHOTOS)

    This chef's got balls.

    Mao Sugiyama, a self-described "asexual" from Tokyo, cooked up, seasoned and served his own genitalia to five diners at a swanky banquet in Japan last month, Calorie Lab reported.

    In most cases, "asexual" is a word used to describe a person who is non-sexual. Sugiyama, however, embraces it as a way to show that he does not affiliate with either gender.

    Sugiyama sparked a firestorm of interest on April 8 with one tweet:

    "[Please retweet] I am offering my male genitals (full penis, testes, scrotum) as a meal for 100,000 yen …Will prepare and cook as the buyer requests, at his chosen location."
    Just days after Sugiyama's 22nd birthday, the artist underwent elective genital-removal surgery, divvied up the severed penis shaft, testicles, and scrotal skin between five people, and garnished it with button mushrooms and Italian parsley.

    On April 13, five of six diners who signed up for the $250-a-plate feast, sat down to dinner. The sixth person was a no-show.

    The next day, an organizer posted a blog -- subsequently deleted -- containing pictures of the event. Images showed dozens of people who attended the event just to catch a glimpse of the rare treat.

    The extra diners were served crocodile-based dishes while Sugiyama cooked up the exclusive meal.

    The story went viral in Japan. Some showed even more interest, while others complained. But Calorie Lab called Japanese authorities, who deemed the banquet legal because there is no law against cannibalism in the country.
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/0...html#s=1019016

    Some...interesting...photos.

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    At least he won't be reproducing (barring any banking of seed beforehand).
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    Hmmm, a certain wonder of the amount of stories on similar levels to this one are heard during one's life on average.

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    Oh jeez! I guess he just didn't care that much about having a penis. Maybe his being "asexual" meant he'd rather be a hermaphrodite? And in that case, it makes some kind of twisted sense that he'd want to rid himself of his penis in a way that did justice to such an important body part.

    As for answering the question... no, and no! It's cannibalism, and I would only resort to cannibalism if I was starving to death.
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    Yeah...that's just disgusting.
    And to answer the thread question: No. I wouldn't do that.
    That's gross.

    I mean...who the hell does that?

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    I'm thinking it's things like this that make people view asexuality as pathological.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    I'm thinking it's things like this that make people view asexuality as pathological.
    I guess!

    (ftr that's why I put "asexual" in quotations, in my earlier post)
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    Gives eating out a whole new meaning.

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    Couldn't even finish reading the story. Did the people know what they were being served? This is just gross!
    Not only could I not eat someone else's there is absolutely nooooo way I could cook my own!! This whole thing is just so gross!!!!
    Did I mention that this is gross!!?? eeewwww!! *crossing legs in self-preservation mode*
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