Penis Captivus or Magun?

Folakemi

Penis Captivus “a rare occurrence in heterosexual intercourse when the muscles in the vagina clamp down on the penis much more firmly than usual (a form of vaginismus), making it impossible for the penis to withdraw from the vagina.” Wikipedia

The condition was once thought to be another myth, however now there are enough evidence around the world that suggest penis captivus is real. The evidence were collected from people who have been affected and survived the unfortunate incidence.

In Yorubaland, we have our own name for penis captivus, it is magun meaning ‘don’t climb.’ I am sure other folks from different tribes will have their names for it.

It is fascinating that most people in Yorubaland think magun could only be inflicted upon someone through witch doctors, the thought was that it is cast upon unfaithful woman so as to curb attitude of sleeping around. In all of the versions of this story that I have heard…

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3 replies

  1. okay, now I know the meaning of the words, “you really want to go there” never – thankfully – experienced this, but have no doubts regarding it’s reality

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