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Can you really imagine humans evolving from dead bodies? Of course not, unless we are magical creatures who can be reborn from ashes or dust.
Reproduction is important to keep species alive. Plants, animals, microorganism and humans rely on reproduction to perpetuate their species. Without reproduction, humans would have been extinct millions of years ago. For this alone, we owe so much to our reproductive system.
The penis is the part of a male’s body which varies the most from one person to another. Many boys worry that there is something wrong with them because they saw another boy’s penis and it was a bit different to their own.
For the males, their penis is the most often used part of their genitalia. It is usually called the man’s best friend. And there is a reason enough for that.
There is no other male genital organ that gets the same “publicity” as the penis. Ever wonder why it is the organ that has so many names? Man, and of course woman, is fascinated with this particular organ. Thus, the term “phallus worship” was created.
However, many people out there are still unenlightened about how this particular member of the male genitalia works. This article hopes to shed some light for those who are not scientifically familiar with their member.
The term “male genitalia” is usually used as a combined name for the penis and the testicles.
The penis is a tube-shaped appendage through which you pass urine and semen, and it has two general areas: the shaft, which is made of spongy tissue that fills with blood when you get an erection; and the glans, the penis’ sensitive tip which is covered by foreskin in uncircumcised men.
The penis has three main functions: (1) for urination; (2) for sexuality and pleasure; (3) for reproduction and procreation.
Circumcision, the removal of foreskin from the glans used to be a very popular practice during the biblical times and the 1800s. Nowadays, it is usually done because of family traditions.
There was an increase in the rate of circumcision in the 1800’s supposedly to try to stop masturbation. Which is of course, back then, is regarded as even more sinful than sex.
Health experts, medical practitioners and even their own parents advise young people to take good care of their member. An unhealthy and unhygienic member may entail a serious health condition like Balanoposthitis, Balanitis xerotica obliterans, and Erythroplasia of Queyrat.