A malpractice suit left Charles with 0,000, but that didn't make his problems disappear.
As his lawyer explained, "I don't know any man who for any amount of money would want to trade and take my client's life.
He's not a whole person." Hazel Jones experienced extremely painful menstrual cramps and heavy bleeding when she was a teen.
When she started having sex, she found it to be painful as well.
Hazel's condition is known as "uterus didelphys" and is exceedingly rare, but not entirely unheard of.
Since discovering what was unique about her genitals, Hazel says she is now comfortable with her body, and sex no longer hurts.
That's what happened to Charles Lennon after penile implant surgery to treat his impotence went wrong.
Even worse, Charles couldn't get the implant removed because of other health problems.
Additionally, if he were able to have it removed, he could not use impotence drugs because critical tissue had to be removed from his penis in order to have the device implanted.
Our bodies are sacred temples — except for those of us whose temples still need some work to make them a little more standard.
Every single person has some sort of physical imperfection (we’re still waiting to spot it on Jessica Alba), so whether it’s as innocuous as an oddly-shaped mole or as bizarre as hair growing from your teeth, you can be sure there’s not one person on this planet who is perfect.