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Can you tell me about Male Genitals?
  • There is a bulbous part near the outer end which is slightly larger in diameter than the shaft (the head). This is called the glans penis (from the Latin glans which means ‘acorn’).
  • The outside perimeter of the glans penis is the corona, which joins the head to the shaft, and is the most sensitive spot on the penis.
  • Follow this ridge around to the underside of the penis. The point of juncture where the two ends of this irregular circle come together is easily the most sensitive. In an uncircumcised man this is where the foreskin is attached.
  • Beneath the glans is the shaft of the penis. The shaft does not have many nerve endings and is not the area for most stimulation.
  • Beneath the shaft are the testicles . The testicles are extremely sensitive to pain and should be treated very gently.
  • The opening in the tip of the glans penis is the meatus, from where the semen is ejaculated.
  • The A book that may be helpful for more information is “Adam Principle: Genes, Genitals, Hormones, & Gender: Selected Readings in Sexology” by John Money. More informaiton.

Another part of a man’s body which is very sensitive to oral stimulation is the area around the nipples.

Can you explain about the Female Genitals?
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The external female genitals are called the vulva.

  • Pubic hair grows on the labia majora
  • Inside these outer vaginal lips are the labia minora which are pinker and more moist.
  • The clitoris, a pink knob about the size of a dried pea, is highly sensitive and is situated where the labia minora joins at the top. The clitoris is protected by a hood, which retracts during sexual arousal.
  • Below the clitoris is the tiny opening of the urethra, through which urine passes and below that is the opening to the vagina.
  • The A book that may be helpful for more information is “Adam Principle: Genes, Genitals, Hormones, & Gender: Selected Readings in Sexology” by John Money. More informaiton.
What is the difference between Male and Female Orgasms?

What is the difference between Male and Female Orgasms?

A woman’s sex drive may take longer to develop than a man’s. A woman does not need to have an orgasm to conceive, but a man has to ejaculate to distribute sperm.

Female genitals are internal, whereas the male genitals are external. Women do not have the same emotional and mental focus on the vulva as men do on the penis.

Changes in the penis occur during orgasm. The head of the penis may swell somewhat larger than during normal erection. The hips may be thrust forward, and immediately prior to orgasm there will appear at the lips at the tip of the penis a clear drop or two of fluid. When you see this or feel the opening at the meatus you know orgasm is going to happen.

Read more information about reaching orgasm.

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