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People With Penises

Scrotum:

a skin sack that holds the testes outside the body.

Testes:

organs that produce sperm and testosterone.

Seminal vesicles:

glands on each vas deferens that produce fluids that mix with the sperm to make semen.

Prostate gland:

a gland under the bladder that contains please sensors and produces fluids that mix with sperm to make semen.

Cowper’s glands:

glands on either side of the urethra that make a fluid called pre-ejaculate, which lines the urethra before ejaculation.

Vas deferens:

tubes that carry sperm from testes to the urethra.

Urethra:

a tube that can carry sperm or urine out of the body.

Penis:

an organ made of soft, spongy tissue and blood vessels, used for reproduction, urination, and pleasure.

Foreskin:

a loose skin that covers the head of the penis, which all people with penises are born with.

Anus:

the opening through which feces (solid waste) leaves the body.

Epididymis:

the tube which transports sperm from the testes to the vas deferens.

Circumcision:

The surgical removal of the foreskin.


Some parents may choose to have their newborn circumcised due to religious reasons or family tradition, while other parents may deem it unnecessary. Either way, it is never your place to judge another person on their genitalia! There are some benefits to circumcision, however, most risks of not being circumcised can be avoided by proper care and protection.

Health Concerns:

Testicular cancer:

a cancer that develops in the testes.

Prostate cancer:

a cancer in the prostate.

Erectile Dysfunctions:

the inability to get an erection during sex.

Ejaculation Problems:

inability to ejaculate, painful ejaculation, retrograde ejaculation, reduced ejaculation, premature ejaculation, delayed ejaculation.


Sources: Mayo Clinic, Healthline, Mens Health