Diagram of womens anus
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Uncircumcised penises have a prepuce, or foreskin. Circumcised penises are normal and lots of people have them. The clitoral glans and shaft is usually more sensitive than the whole of the penis because the density of nerve endings is greater. Looking at both is also a pretty cool way to see some interesting similarities between them and to consider all of the muscles involved and surrounding any set of genitals. When the time is right for sex with others, even if we're a little nervous, we'll feel okay about having our body parts seen and seeing the bodies of partners. However someone tells you they prefer to identify their gender or their body parts, that's how you should identify them, too.
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Female Human Anatomy
The glans has a higher number of sensory nerves than the shaft of the penis. The brain is primarily responsible for orgasm. During sexual arousal, it becomes swollen with blood and compresses the outer third of the vagina along with the vestibular bulbs which house the Bartholin's glands and urethral sponge. Mucocutaneous regions of the body made of both mucosa and cutaneous skin are also often particularly sensitive. The prostate gland can only be directly accessed via the rectum and is only present in people who also have a penis though the Skene's glands discussed below are homologous to the prostate gland we're talking about here. Sexual pleasure is never about just one part of the body.
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Anatomy of the anus and rectum
The pubococcygeus muscle PC muscle which some people call Kegel muscles is also in the perianal region. Sexual sensation of the penis is primarily fueled by the dorsal nerves and the pudendal nerve. But the vagina, as a whole is not that sensitive to that fine touch we were talking about earlier. The vagina is an internal organ, a highly elastic fibromuscular tube with an external opening on the vulva, and which, at the end inside the body, leads to the cervix the opening of the uterus. This shouldn't be a big deal. Rather, what we mean is that an area like that is usually more receptive to strong pressure or temperature changes than it is to fine touch, unless touch to it also engages parts that are more densely packed with more receptive and sensitive nerve endings.
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