Monique: He keeps putting his testicles all over me.
Lane: Excuse me?
Monique: You know, like octopus? Testicles?
Lane: Ohhhh. Tentacles. N-T. Big Difference.
So anyway, testicles. Can't stand them. They just annoy the heck out of me. I mean, when you're tucking on a hot day (or basically all summer) they refuse to stay nicely squirreled away in their original packing pouches and keep wanting to slip out. Also, what's with newer styles of panties that are so dang narrow in the area around the crotch? Wouldn't women prefer their panties not slide up into their hoo-ha?
Annoyingly, there don't seem to be many definitive studies of men who have undergone orchiectomies (whether for gender identity or testicular or prostate cancer) and the ability to have and sustain an erection. This is still important to me for now, since between now and whenever my wife and I decide it's time for me to truly transition to being a female, we want to continue to have intimate relations in the same way we always have (again, at least for now). As a biologist, but not an endocrinology specialist, I'm pretty sure erection should still be possible, but these things are complicated, and I'd really like to see the research.