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Clitoris
A highly sensitive organ above the urinary opening, which may provide pleasure and orgasm to femals when stimulated.
Prepuce
(clitoral hood)
A fold of skin covering the clitoris.
Mons
A fleshy pad of tissue which is covered with pubic hair.
Labia majora
(outer labia)
Two folds of skin covered with pubic hair.
Labia minora
(inner labia)
Two smaller folds of skin which meet just above the clitoris.
Urinary opening
The opening for urine.
Vaginal opening
The opening to the vagina.
Hymen
A thin membrane which partially covers the vagina.
Vagina
A muscular tube which expands to fit the penis during intercourse or a baby during birth.
Cervix
The narrow inner end of the vagina, which leads to the uterus.
Uterus
Pear-shaped organ which nourishes and holds a developing fetus. It prepares for pregnancy each month by forming a blood and tissue lining.
Ovary
Two female reproductive glands, one on each side of the uterus that contain egg cells and produce the female hormone (estrogen) which causes body and mood changs.
Fallopian tubes
Tubes leading from the top of the uterus, with finger-like projections that surround an ovary.
Glans
The head of the penis.
Scrotum
The sac of skin which holds the testicles.
Prepuce
(foreskin)
The skin covering the head of the penis. May be removed surgically - circumcision.
Penis
It is a spongy, muscular organ that becomes enlarged and erect when sexually aroused. It varies in size.
Urethra
The tube which urine and semen leave the body.
Testicles
(testes)
The male sex glands which produce sperm and testosterone (a male horomone).
Epididymis
A sac of tubes on the surface of each testicle which stores and transports sperm to the vas deferens.
Vas deferens
A tube which carries sperm from each testicle to the prostats, cowper's glands, seminal vesicles and the urethra.
Seminal vesicles
Pair of glands which add a nourishing fluid to the sperm.
Prostate gland
Produces a milky which forms part of the semen.
Cowper's glands
Pair of glands which produce a clear, sticky fluid that appears at the tip of the penis during sexual excitement.
Bladder
A bag-shaped organ which holds the urine until it is discharged.