A new Discovery series is set to expose just how varied human sexuality is, from the weird to the wonderful and everything in between.
Sextember, which premiers on September 16th, highlights different physical characteristics, erotic yearnings and sexual conditions in each episode, and shows how they interplay in love, sex and intimacy.
With a guest appearance from Maggie Gyllenhaal, episodes include the Super Orgasm Man, where Marcus explains how he is able to reach a climax seven times in 15 minutes, as well as Dominatrix in Training, where a woman, Megan, reveals her extreme kinky side.
Then there is Annie, who with a 102ZZZ cup size, reportedly has the largest breasts in the world; and Cristian, a man whose chest has grown to to a B-cup thanks to a condition called gynecomastia, an overgrowth of breast tissue.
In another episode, viewers are introduced to Wesley, whose scrotum has swollen to 160lbs and is apparently still growing.
Ty Tashiro, a psychologist and researcher in sexual health from the University of Maryland and a consultant for Discovery, told ABC News: ‘I think the greatest thing about Sextember is that it allows a dialogue. It lets us know there is diversity in the way we are built and the things we want and how we function.’
How do these people manage to live normal lives with all this “load” that they carry?