What does a mangina look like?

I’ve kind of wondered, since I’m always getting called one — and while not really thinking hard about it, I’m aware of the homologies in male and female genitalia and mentally pictured something discrete and reasonably placed. I guess I must have low self-esteem or something, because science fiction authors imagine something grand and huge and dangerous, instead.

John Scalzi has a sketch of the Kaiju Mangina, and it is awesome and terrifying and silly. And then Howard Tayler drew the Brobot reaction, and it is perfect.

By the way, the drawing is by KB Spangler.


  1. Rey Fox says

    My understanding is that a mangina is simply a tucked penis. But I’ve been wrong before.

  2. F [is for failure to emerge] says

    I just thought it was an imaginary state of being, but then I don’t know how people who seriously use the word “mangina” actually think.

  3. tbtabby says

    And the Mangina is aided by a gleaming white traitor who turned against his fellow Brobots in exchange for tail: THE WHITE KNIGHT!

  4. playonwords says

    Mangina and White Knight face their ultimate foes – The Man Rabbits of America including Warmouse Man, Strawman, Thunderguts and The Rapologist.

  5. Francisco Bacopa says

    “Grow some balls! Don’t be a pussy!” That never made much sense. The testes are notoriously delicate, while the vagina can be quite resilient.

    I sure wish I was allowed to post that animated gif of the “pussy laser” here. There are several, but the one made from an old 70’s porn film is the best.

  6. zibble says

    If you really want to see a mangina, just google “Buck Angel pussy”. He’s rather proud of his.

  7. Sili says

    I’ve heard the title A Girl and her Fed before, but for some reason never looked at it.

    And now it’s Midnight …

  8. blindrobin says

    Whilst I have never attempted to picture a physical manifestation of a ‘mangina’ before, being a person with little imagination, upon due consideration I believe that it is simply an anus.

  9. prae says

    I always thought “mangina” is a disease. “Mangina pectoris”, it’s like angina, only with more hair, sweat and power tools. Or something like that.