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Perfectly Modular Male (1995) (NSFW)

Perfectly Modular Male (1995) (NSFW)

Words and Music ©1995, 2013 by Dallas Denny

Source: Denny, Dallas. (1995). Perfectly modular male. Chrysalis: The Journal of Transgressive Gender Identities, 2(2), p. 6.






This song, is of course, about packing—using a prosthetic device as a phallus. It’s something every FTM knows about. The song is influenced by a book by science fiction author Robert A. Heinlein—The Moon is a Harsh Mistress. In it, the protagonist uses a variety of prosthetic arms, depending upon need. He has a social arm with fingers and simulated a skin, an arm for manipulation of small objects, and an arm designed for brute power. So—why limit oneself to a single packie?


Me, 6 December, 2013 (160 MBPS MP3)

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Perfectly Modular Male

By Dallas Denny


I’m a perfectly modular male

I bought the one I’m wearing at a rummage sale

I got one for each occasion

I got one for every need

I got one of every size

And I got one to stand and pee

They come in designer colors

And they serve me without fail

I’m a Perfectly Modular Male


I have one that’s made of fabric

(Well, it’s really just a sock)

But it comes in very handy

When I need to have a cock

I’ve a selection for the bedroom

And they never kiss and tell

I’m a Perfectly Modular Male


I have one called Widowmaker

I have one that gives off sparks

I have one that’s fluorescent

And it glows red in the dark

I have one I can inflate

Until it’s hard as any nail

I’m a Perfectly Modular Male


So if yours ever disappoints you

If yours ever doesn’t spurt

You can always just go shopping

At the mall right after work

And when one strikes your fancy

You should buy it without fail

And be a Perfectly Modular

Perfectly Modular

Perfectly Modular Male