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SEXUAL ANATOMY Full Sex Toys Guide From A To Z To Get The Best Out Of Sex Toys :

SEXUAL ANATOMY Full Sex Toys Guide From A To Z To Get The Best Out Of Sex Toys :

Your Key To Pertinent Parts

Before we dive into the toy box, let’s have a refresher course on male and female sexual anatomy. Although this chapter focuses on the genitals, know that our bodies are full of erogenous zones, and which spots are hot differ from person to person. Men and women’s nipples, breasts, and chests are incredibly sensitive, and many people love to have them stimulated during sex. A well-placed stroke against the inner thighs or back of the knees, a nibble on an ear, kisses on the neck, and even stimulation of the feet can all be a big turn-on for people. So, while many of the toys in this book were designed for the vulva, anus, and penis—and those are the parts we’ll cover in this chapter—don’t forget the rest. Think of the entire body as your erotic canvas and sex toys as tools to help bring a sexual masterpiece to life

Female Sexual Anatomy

The vulva encompasses the outer labia, inner labia, fourchette, frenulum, urethral opening, vaginal opening, clitoral hood, and clitoral glans. Some people refer to the vagina to describe the entire external genital region, but that’s not correct. Vulva is the proper term, and one I use throughout the book. The outer labia (also known as the labia majora) are the outer lips of the vulva. They contain hair follicles and are naturally hairy. The outer labia are sensitive, and you can stroke, rub, lick, and even tug gently on them. The inner labia (also known as the labia minora) are the two hairless inner lips of the vulva. They can be thin and narrow, thick and wide, one of each, or somewhere in between. The inner labia tend to be more sensitive than the outer labia. When a woman is turned on, they swell and deepen in color. It’s important to know that every woman’s vulva is different: Some have large outer lips and thin inner ones, and some have inner lips that are much more pronounced than their outer lips.

Some women’s lips are similar in size, and some are asymmetrical. The skin where the inner lips meet at the bottom is a delicate spot called the fourchette. The skin where the inner lips meet at the top is the frenulum, and this can be a very sensitive spot for many women, especially because of its proximity to the clitoral glans and hood. The clitoral hood is the skin that protects the clitoral glans; it’s similar to the foreskin on a man’s penis. Under the hood is the clitoral glans. The clitoral glans—which some people refer to simply as the clitoris—is the most sensitive part of a woman’s body. It contains 6,000 to 8,000 nerve endings. It’s important to note that the clitoris is not just this tiny nub, but also a complex system of connected nerves, tissues, muscles, and ligaments. Beneath the hood, the clitoris has a shaft, which runs from the glans to the bottom of the frenulum. The legs of the clitoris are like two ends of a wishbone and span from the shaft all the way to the fourchette.

 

Below the clitoral glans and between the inner labia is the urethral opening. Behind the pubic bone is the urethra, which is about 1½ to 2 inches (3.75 to 5 cm) long and leads to the bladder. Below the urethral opening is the opening of the vagina, which is the most sensitive part of the vagina and leads to the vaginal canal. Just inside the vaginal opening about 1 to 2 inches, through the front vaginal wall, you can feel the urethral sponge, commonly called the G-spot. The urethral sponge is made of spongy erectile tissue, which contains paraurethral glands and ducts. Like the clitoris, the G-spot is not just an isolated spot of sensitivity, but part of a network of nerves, muscles, and tissue. When a woman is turned on, the glands within the urethral sponge fill with fluid, causing the sponge to swell. Sometimes, that fluid is released through the paraurethral ducts into the urethra (or two ducts that are just adjacent to the urethra). This is called female or vaginal ejaculation.

The area between the vagina and the anus is the perineum, a sensitive but sometimes overlooked erogenous zone on the body that responds well to massage and stimulation.

 

Male Sexual Anatomy:

The scrotal sac is the sac of skin that surrounds the testicles. The testicles, commonly called the balls, are the glands involved in the production of testosterone and sperm. The shaft is the main body of the penis. The glans also called the head, is the most sensitive part of a man’s penis because it has the most nerve endings. The urethral opening is the hole where urine and ejaculate leave the body. On a circumcised penis, the foreskin has been removed so that the head is always visible. The corona—sometimes referred to as the coronal ridge—is the outer perimeter of the head that joins the

head to the shaft. If you follow the ridge of the corona to the underside of the penis, you’ll notice where the two ends come together: This is the frenulum. This area is often the most sensitive part of the head. An uncircumcised penis has a foreskin, a sheath of skin that covers and protects the glans. The foreskin’s inside fold is made of mucous membrane and keeps the surface of the glans soft, moist, and sensitive. The foreskin contains a rich supply of blood vessels and a dense concentration of nerve endings. The frenulum on an uncircumcised penis is where the foreskin attaches to the head on the underside. The perineum is the area between the base of the penis and the anal opening. When you stimulate a man’s perineum, you’re stimulating the bulb of the penis, the part that extends inside his body.

Anal Anatomy

Men and women have nearly identical anorectal anatomy, so the following applies to you regardless of your gender. The anus is the anal opening; it is made of soft tissue that is rich in nerve endings. It has a puckered appearance, and the skin around it contains hair follicles. Just inside the anus are the external and internal sphincter muscles. These are the muscles that give the anus that tight feeling and control bowel movements; they are the ones we must learn to relax in order to achieve comfortable anal penetration. Closer to the opening is the external sphincter. You can learn to control the external sphincter, making it tense or relax. Imagine that you are holding something in your ass or expelling something. As you suck in and tense up or push down and release, you are exercising your external sphincter muscles. The internal sphincter, on the other hand, is controlled by the autonomic nervous system, which also controls such involuntary bodily functions as your breathing rate. This muscle ordinarily reacts reflexively; for example, when you are ready to have a bowel movement, the internal sphincter relaxes, allowing feces to move from the rectum to the anal canal and out the anus. The external and the internal sphincter muscles can work independently of each other, but because they overlap, they often work together. The more aware you are of your sphincters and the more you practice using them, the more toned and “in shape” they will be, and the easier and more comfortable anal penetration will be. The anal canal is the first few inches inside the anus, and is made of soft, sensitive tissue with a high concentration of nerve endings.

Beyond the anal canal is the rectum, which is 8 to 9 inches (20 to 22.5 cm) long; the rectum is made up of loose folds of soft, smooth tissue. Wider than the anal canal, the rectum has the ability to expand more than the anal canal when you are aroused, which is what makes penetration possible. The rectum is not a straight tube, but has two gentle curves. The lower part of the rectum curves toward your navel. After a few inches, the rectum curves back toward your spine, then toward your navel again. The rectum and colon both curve laterally (from side to side) as well; whether they curve to the right or the left will vary from person to person. These curves are part of the reason that anal penetration should be slow and gentle, especially at first. Each person’s rectum and its curves are unique, and it is best to feel your way inside the rectum slowly, following its curves, rather than jamming anything straight inside. The anus, the anal canal, and the rectum are all sensitive in different ways, which is why anal stimulation and penetration can be so pleasurable. The anus and the outer part of the anal canal are made of the same sensitive soft tissue, and this tissue contains the highest concentration of nerve endings of all our anal anatomy. In general, this tissue tends to be more sensitive to touch and vibration. The inner part of the anal canal and the rectum are made of mucous membrane and have a lot fewer nerve endings; however, this tissue is much more sensitive to pressure (from penetration, for example). 18 THE BIG BOOK OF SEX TOYS Sexual Anatomy: Your Key To Pertinent Parts 19 When it comes to anorectal anatomy, the one important difference between men and women is that men have a prostate gland. The prostate gland (sometimes referred to as the P-spot or the male G-spot) surrounds part of a man’s urethra; it’s behind the pubic bone, below the bladder and above the base of the penis. A mass of muscle, glands, and connective tissue, the prostate is about the size and shape of a walnut; it produces ejaculatory fluid that combines with sperm and fluid from the seminal vesicles to create male ejaculate. The prostate gland is 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5 cm) inside a man’s anus on the front wall, so it can be directly stimulated through anal penetration. Prostate stimulation can be incredibly pleasurable, and many men can have an orgasm from prostate stimulation alone or combined with genital stimulation. Women lack a prostate gland, but many still find anal sex pleasurable

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