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Category: Male Anatomy 101

Sep 26
2017

Male Anatomy 101

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Because a male’s genitals are external—and deliver pure primal ‘motivation’ all day long—guys tend to be self-proclaimed experts on their own sexual anatomy. Let’s just see how much you guys really know:

Shaft. It’s made up of two sections of spongy erectile tissue and blood vessels, plus a third section that extends to the tip of the penis. To create an erection, these tissues fill with blood.

Glans. The most sensitive part of the penis, the glans (“head”) contains the greatest number of nerve endings, making it very similar to the clitoris in women. At the bottom edge of the glans is the frenulum, which connects the glans to the shaft, and has many nerve endings which produce pleasure for men during stroking.

Testicles. This is where testosterone and sperm are produced. Located inside the scrotum (“sack”), these two organs are best handled delicately, though some men find gentle stretching or tugging to be pleasurable.

Prostate. This is the organ that produces the ejaculatory fluid, which later mixes with sperm to make semen. It is located below the bladder and behind the pubic bone, and can be stimulated through the anus. A pleasure center in men, many can climax from direct prostate stimulation.

Anus. The anus has a high concentration of nerve endings and can evoke significant pleasure for men. While some men consider anal stimulation to be unnatural or only okay for women, others discover it can provide many new sensations and orgasms.

Perenium. Extending from the back of the scrotum to the front of the anus, the perineum is often overlooked as an erogenous zone that merits exploration. Also known as the ‘taint.’

Nipples. A man’s nipples can be every bit as sensitive as a woman’s, and many men enjoy gentle sucking, stroking or pinching from their partners.