How would the sex life of co-joined twins work? Would you date one, I mean two?

Conjoined twins Lupita and Carmen Andrade open up about the struggles of having a dating life when your sibling is always by your side.

The 22-year-old Andrare sisters were born in Mexico but grew up in Connecticut. They share a pelvis, a reproductive system, a liver, and a singular bloodstream. They also have control of one leg each: Carmen with the right and Lupita with the left.
The twins gave an interview with Today where Carmen explained how "It's not all rainbows and sunshine."

Growing up, the two underwent physiotherapy to learn how to sit up and use their legs to walk around, unable to take their first steps until they were four.

"We've had a lot of challenges, but we have a great life," she told the outlet. "We go to movies and concerts [sharing one seat], and we travel on planes."

They've never attempted surgery to separate them, as it can be fatal for one or both of them, sharing so much of their anatomy.


When they were asked about their dating life, Carmen said, "I never tried to hide the fact that I'm a conjoined twin, which meant I got a lot of messages from guys with fetishes."

Carmen has a boyfriend, Daniel, while Lupita is asexual but supports her sister's dating life. The couple met through the Hinge dating app in October 2020, and Carmen claimed that she opened up about being a conjoined twin as an icebreaker opening line.

The two hit it off and have even talked about getting engaged in the future.

"It's funny because I stay up later than Lupita, but when Daniel sleeps over, I fall asleep quickly – and he stays up talking to her," Carmen explained.

Looks like every sexcapade is a threesome.

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  • Oddly, there are quite a few co-joined twins. It is not as rare as we think. If they orgasm do they both moan and shake or just one, since they share a vagina?

    How would the sex life of co-joined twins work? Would you date one, I mean two?
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    • Good question.

    • I can see it now. Abby - "I have to go to the bathroom." Brittany - "No we don't!" The thing is, since each of them controls only one leg they have to agree to do anything. Literally "Dragging your foot".

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  • I wonder how the etiquette works on a date, in terms of the twin that's not on the date. For example, if I took one girl out to dinner, would it be rude if I didn't offer her sister dinner as well? Or would it be rude if I *did* offer her sister dinner, because I'm not on the date with her sister?

    • I guess it would depend on if each had their own stomach or a shared one. How does one excuse themselves to the ladies room to give the other some privacy?

    • Why not offer half a meal to ''each'' of them?

    • @andreasderjuengere That's funny and terrible.

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  • I would not date ''them''

    The simple reason: I cannot be talked into guilty feelings just because I have choices.

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  • Do they both have orgasms at the same time? Do they both have boobs?

    • You really can't tell by the picture.

    • It seems like they're only separate from the neck/shoulders up, and they completely share one body. As for orgasms, I'd guess that both of them can feel it physically, but maybe it's only mentally/emotionally felt by the one who's directly engaging in the sexual activity? I'm honestly just guessing.

    • @NYCQuestions1976 Your guess is as good as mine.

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  • I wouldn't be able to date conjoined twins

  • I don't know if could I probably would have to date with of them at the same time. Also I not sure how sex would work with both of them.

  • I consider myself relatively openminded, but I do not see this as a realistic possibility for me.

  • Yeah, I read that about them. Amazing how they have coped and the adjustments they made for each other. My hat is off to them.

  • It sounds @DubiousIntentions

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    • This is dubious too. 🙂

    • It's funny.

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  • I guess some people would have a kink for that, they don’t seem attractive to me, if they were maybe it would be different

    • I think a lot of guys like the idea of regular twins

    • How would u feel if it was a guy

  • I dated co join twins once it was ok

    • They are as scarce as chicken lips so I doubt that. 🤔

  • Too weird for me.

  • Just no

  • I would try it just for the experience