Male body

In the Male Body section, you can get more and more information about the male body, what is the structure of the male body, what parts does it contain, and how it works.

Male Body Outer Line - HumanSexEducation
Male Body Outer Line – HumanSexEducation

Description of the male body part and male body: –

Ear

The ear has three parts,
1. External
2. Middle
3. Internal.
The outer ear is called the pinna and is made up of cartilage covered with skin. Sound funnel through the pinna into the external auditory canal, a small tube that terminates at the eardrum (tympanic membrane).

Eye

The eyes are part of the visual system. They provide vision to humans, enabling the ability to achieve and process visual detail as well as enable multiple photo response functions that are independent of vision. The eyes detect light and transform it into electro-chemical impulses in neurons.

Nose

The nose is the primary part of body odor and also acts as part of the respiratory system of the body. Air enters the body through the nose. As it passes through specialized cells of the olfactory system, the brain recognizes and identifies odors.

Chest

The upper part of human body, the middle part of the stomach and neck, is called Chest.

Male genitalia

The male genital system consists of two parts 1. Internal and 2. External
The External male genitalia includes the penis, urethra, and scrotum, and the Internal male genitalia includes the semen vesicle, testis, vas deferens, epididymis, prostate, bulbourethral gland, and ejaculatory duct.

XY Chromosome

Male seeds have X or Y chromosomes. From these two seeds, 23 pairs of chromosomes come into the new fertilized seed. One of these chromosome pairs determines the sex of the baby. If the X in the female seed and the X in the male seed come together, there is a girl And if the X in the female seed and the Y in the male seed come together, a child is born. This process happens naturally.

Testicles

The testicles are on the lower side of the penis. This testicle contains two ovaries. These two ovaries are not the same size. In the abdomen, where the bladder is, there are two testicles at the back. In the ovary, the sperm begins to form. The spermatozoa pass out of the ovary and pass through the prostate tubes into the ovum. Different secretions are secreted from the testicles and the adjacent prostate gland and they are stored in the testicles. It forms a sticky white substance called semen. The produced semen comes out of the penis.

Penis

The external (visible) sexual organ of a man is called the penis or penis. The size of the penis can vary according to each man. Moreover, the size of the penis changes in different stages. The penis has a thin layer of skin on the outside. When the penis stiffens, the skin is pushed back. This skin on the penis is attached to the testicles at the bottom. The penis is not completely straight. It may be tilted slightly to the right or left. The front end of the penis is more sensitive.

The important male organ for sexual intercourse is the penis. It has three parts: –

  1. Root (radix) , which attaches to the abdominal wall;
  2. Glands, which are cone-shaped in the penis.
  3. The glans, also called the head of the penis, is covered with a loose layer of skin called the foreskin. (This skin is sometimes removed in a process called circumcision.) The opening of the urethra, the tube that transports semen and urine, is at the tip of the glans penis. The penis also has many sensitive nerve endings.

Anal

Male Anal- The anal opening is the outer passage of your stomach. Where the intestines open, it is called the anal gate – from where all the digested food comes out of the stomach. There is short hair around the anus. The rectum is very sensitive.