1. St Peter's
This interesting male figure is holding two columns and is being swallowed
by a hellish beast.
Also very evident are the "pine-cones" which are the European versions of the lotus-buds of Indian iconography.
A close-up of the capital, photographed in 2004 by Rick Forbes.
The exterior corbel-tables of the church include several interesting - and much less sophisticated - carvings on carnal themes
(note the mutual hair-pulling [?] in the first pair).
...one of which can be compared with males at Graimbouville (Seine-Maritime, Normandy),
2. Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Corbels 3-6 of the South aisle (formerly an external wall).
The Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture website http://www.crsbi.ac.uk/ed/nh/nhhsc/index.htm
erroneously describes the two on the right as follows:
S5. Human head, triangular in shape, with arms to either sideclutching a shawl or hood.
S6. Long human head with pointed forked beard and full lips.