Penis transplant has been performed. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/17/h...ant-in-us.html?smid=fb-nytimes&smtyp=cur&_r=1 I find this both interesting and slightly creepy, but at the heart of it, I'm actually glad to hear it. Everyone always makes a big deal about women losing their breasts to cancer, and I understand that, but you never hear about what men have to go through. It's nice to finally hear that men who do go through cancer and end up needing certain things done to save their lives will not have to live their lives feeling like less of a man. I'm even more relieved to hear that the process was started with vets in mind as well. It's bad enough that they are going through emotional experiences from the trauma, they don't need the depression that comes along with the knowledge of how they will be viewed. The question is though, how many men would be willing to donate their penis to science when they die? Or donate it knowing that within a few days someone else could be using it? I would imagine that demand would overwhelm the supply as it does in most transplant cases. Edit: Please, no discussing the transgender aspect of this. I'm not saying this to be mean, just to avoid arguments!