Sunday, April 21, 2019

Anatomy & development

The female erectile sex organ (or phallus)

In the absence of testosterone, the genital tubercle forms the female phallus, called the clitoris. The clitoris is made up of the glans and...

The male erectile sex organ (or phallus)

A man’s sex organ (penis) is separate from his internal reproductive anatomy (testes and glands). The penis has three main functions. Firstly men use their...

Human sexual anatomy and development

Sexuality is about appreciating the human body and sexual anatomy. We should understand the function of the male and female genitalia as well as...

Why women feel inadequate about their bodies

Rather than refer to explicit anatomy, most women prefer to use vague references to ‘down there’. Given women’s aversion to genitals, many of the...

Why men feel inadequate over penis size

Sperm production is optimised at 2 degrees lower than body temperature, which is why the testicles hang down from the body. If the scrotal...

How the male and female sexual roles differ

Primitive life, such as bacteria, reproduce asexually. But most animals and plants reproduce sexually so that offspring inherit genes from both parents. Even in...

Why women cannot orgasm through intercourse

Orgasm is vital to men, so it is assumed to be equally vital for women. (1) A woman is impregnated regardless of orgasm Male orgasm triggers...