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Lesson 4 Bodies & Sex
FEMALE GENITALS OUTER AND INNER LIPS (LABIA) Soft folds of skin that cover the clitoris, the opening to the urethra and the opening to the vagina CLITORIS A small mound of skin about the size of a pea. When the clitoris is touched and rubbed, it can make the body feel good both outside and inside, feeling tingly, warm and nice – in short, sexy. This feeling can become more and more intense until it reaches a peak or climax, which is called having an orgasm or ‘coming’. This might happen through touching the clitoris directly, or during vaginal sexual intercourse or oral sex. URINARY OPENING A small hole at the end of the urethra. This is a tube through which urine leaves the body.
ENTRANCE TO THE VAGINA This is bigger than the urinary opening. The vagina is a passageway between the womb (uterus) and the outside of the body. During vaginal sexual intercourse, the erect penis goes inside the vagina which stretches to fit around the penis. THE HYMEN A very fine piece of skin that covers part of the opening to the vagina. The hymen may tear when a girl is growing, or when she is very active, or when she first uses a tampon or has sexual intercourse. The opening then becomes somewhat larger. THE ANUS The opening through which faeces (solid waste from food we have eaten) leave the body.
PUBIC HAIR INNER LIPS [LABIA] ENTRANCE TO VAGINA ANUS CLITORIS URINARY OPENING OUTER LIPS [LABIA] A B C D E F G CLITORIS PUBIC HAIR URINARY OPENING VAGINA ANUS OUTER LABIA INNER LABIA
URINARY OPENING VAGINA ANUS WOMB CLITORIS BLADDER
MALE GENITALS SCROTUM Soft sack of wrinkly skin that holds and protects the two plum-shaped testicles. It expands when warm and contracts when cold (e.g. in cold water) in order to keep the testicles at the same temperature. TESTICLES or TESTES Two organs that produce sperm. They are shaped like small balls or plums and are covered by the scrotum. Usually one testicle is lower than the other. URINARY OPENING A small hole at the end of the urethra, through which urine (pee) leaves the body. FORESKIN Loose skin covering the end of the penis. Some boys (usually as babies) have their foreskins removed by a doctor or specially trained person, for either medical or faith reasons. This is called circumcision.
PENIS Made of soft tissue and blood vessels. Inside the penis is the urethra. This is a tube through which urine leaves the body. When the penis is touched and rubbed, it can make the body feel good both outside and inside, feeling tingly, warm and nice – in short, sexy. This usually leads the penis to become stiff and hard, standing out from the body. This is called an erection. When a boy or man is stimulated enough, the penis ejaculates sperm in a fluid called semen. This spurting out of semen causes a feeling of excitement called an orgasm or ‘coming’. During vaginal sexual intercourse, the erect penis goes inside the vagina and is usually stimulated by rhythmic movement until the point of ejaculation PROSTATE The prostate gland is hidden away between the bladder and the penis. Its purpose is not fully known, but it contributes to the production of semen and to the effectiveness of ejaculation. Sometimes, in later life, men have problems with their prostate. ANUS The opening through which faeces (solid waste) leave the body.
A B C D E F G PUBIC HAIR FORESKIN URINARY OPENING ANUS TESTICLES [SCROTUM] PENIS erect PENIS uncircumcised H PENIS circumcised TESTICLES [SCROTUM] PENIS uncircumcised FORESKIN PENIS – erect PENIS circumcised URINARY OPENING PUBIC HAIR ANUS
URINARY OPENING ANUS PROSTATE PENIS BLADDER SEMINAL VESICLE TESTICLE EPIDIDYMIS VAS DEFERENS SCROTUM