Illustration of two men wearing black suits, white shirts and neckties standing against a white background.
Written by Charles Rodrigues for National Lampoon Magazine, The Aesop Brothers: Siamese Twins ran for years during the magazines run. The comic strip stars conjoined twin brothers, George and Alex, whose antics proved popular to readers. Rodrigues used the brothers status as conjoined to provide much of the books humor. Rodrigues used the physical limitations of George and Alex to discuss topics such as sex, intimacy, and privacy.
Source: Albrecht, G. L. (2006). Encyclopedia of Disability. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Pg. 225