Mentula loquens  

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Mentula loquens (Latin for talking penis) is the equivalent of a vagina loquens.

Verrier Elwin mentions that it is found in a Crow Indian tale, "where a man's penis begins to talk and refuses to stop."

The motif is called in the 'Magic' category of the Motif-Index of Folk-Literature, under the entry D1610.6.2. †D1610.6.2. Mentula loquens. A man‘s member speaks and can be silenced only by his mother-in-law. N. A. Indian: *Thompson Tales 296 n. 83b. .

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