| MALE SEX ORGANS: IT’S WHAT’S INSIDE THAT COUNTS.
One picture can say a lot, but sometimes we also need words to describe male genitalia and reproductive system - grow a large penis. Here you can get
both. You will understand more from the following picture.
While this part of male system discharges urine, it is mostly concerned with the reproduction. Functioning as production of sperm,
which is then ejaculated, it is introduced to female reproductive system and tries to reach fertilization. Though, if the couple
uses birth control, the chance of fertilization is minimized.
Male reproductive glands include a pair of testes, a pair of seminal vesicles, a prostate gland and a pair of Cowper’s glands,
which are sometimes called bulbourethral glands. The duct system on every side comprises epididymis, a vas deferens and as
ejaculatory duct connected with urethra. Below we will have a look at what goes behind the scenes before we get up closer to the
personal parts on display.
It is commonly known that penis is supposed to 1. introduce sperm into a woman’s vagina, and 2. Carry urine out of the man’s body.
But to tell you the whole truth, it also does one more thing: it gives men and women wonderful pleasure!
We all know what the penis looks like on the outside. Even if someone does not have one, they know other people who do. But there
are a lot of stereotypes as far as its contents are concerned. But we will start from the outside to explore it.
The glans is the smooth head of the penis. If the penis has been circumcised, it is unprotected all the time. If the penis has not
been circumcised, foreskin covers most of the glans until arousal and erection, when foreskin automatically retracts and the full
glans is exposed.
This male organ is very sensitive and it has a great number of nerve endings, which are meaningful for male satisfaction and
orgasm, especially if the penetration during intercourse is deep. They also play a great role during oral and manual stimulation.
But we will discuss these points further. Some men like when their glans is directly stimulated but some others think that it is too
sensitive and they do not like direct stimulation. It is up to you to decide.
It is the skin which covers and protects the glans of the penis that was not circumcised. It has two layers: inner and outer. The
outer layer is the continuation of the skin on the shaft of the penis. This skin folds in on itself to form the inner layer. Smegma,
which is whitish discharge, may collect under the foreskin due to natural secretions from sebaceous glands. But it easily disappears
when a man takes shower. Foreskin also contains nerve endings, which are stimulated when stretched or when they glide over the
surface of the glans during sex or masturbation.
Some time after birth, there can be held circumcision, which is removing of the foreskin with the help of surgery. But it should be
mentioned that it must not affect sexual response in no way. But still it is a disputable question, whether it influences
sensations. Usually, it is due to some religious or cultural tradition that circumcision is made. This point is still widely argued.
Some scientists think that penis becomes cleaner if the foreskin is removed. But it is not always true, because any man who
regularly takes shower and washes under foreskin, keeps it clean. Thus, it is more about religion, your personal beliefs, any
medical needs whether to make this surgery or not.
It is a tiny bump of skin near the indentation on the underside of the penis. Stimulation of it plays an important role in the
arousal. Many men like when frenulum is orally or manually stimulated.
EJACULATION AND ORGASM.
There are two distinct functions: ejaculation and orgasm. Ejaculation is the emission of semen out of the penis. Orgasm is
involuntary contraction of the pelvic muscles and erotic pleasure.
Doesn't that sound sexy?
It is commonly accepted opinion that orgasm and ejaculation must take place at the same time. Although, it is usually so, it is not
necessarily. Orgasm may occur without ejaculation. It can be a result of retrograde ejaculation. It takes place when the valve
between the bladder and urethra does not close, and then ejaculation is forced back toward the bladder rather than out the urethra.
It may seem that it is a very painful process, but it is not. And what is more, it does not influence the pleasure of the orgasm.
Although, some think it unnatural when they are having orgasm without feeling the semen spurt out of their penis. Thus, men with
this disease do not like it.
But there are also such men who intentionally try to have orgasm without ejaculation by holding back the semen.
If you are a practitioner of Tantric sex, you may train yourself to orgasm without ejaculation. Some people like it very much and
want to feel it again and again. But do not forget that even though an orgasm is a fine ending of sex, it is not the only goal of
sex. Some people forget to draw out the sexual pleasure and tension, revel in it, and then let it continue to grow. If orgasm is
your only goal, you are risking to pass by or denying yourself and your partner too the more subtle pleasures to be enjoyed along