1. Beyond  The Birds And Bees

  2. Male Sexual Organs

  3. Female  Sexual Organs

  4. Sexual  Intercourse

  5. Aphrodisiacs

  6. Impotence

  7. Frigidity

  8. Male Homosexuality

  9. Masturbation

  10. Sexual  Perversion

  11. Prostitution

  12. Birth Control

  13. Abortion

  14. Venereal  Disease

  15. Menopause

  16. September Sex






FEMALE SEXUAL ORGANS

Is it really true that the clitoris is simply a miniature penis?

Many experts consider the clitoris to be a penis that just didn’t grow.  They describe the entire female genitalia as male organs that never matured birth control

Understandably, all the scholars who feel this way are men.  

Women experts look at it another way.  According to them, the penis is nothing more than an overgrown clitoris. 

They consider the male organ a primitive version of the more “refined” female sexual apparatus. Who’s right?

As usual, everybody is about half right.  At an early stage in development, the human embryo has both male and female sexual organs. 

They exist in the form of anlage, a German word for primitive tissue that later differentiates into a specialized organ. 

The embryo has a bisexual phallus; in those destined to be male it differentiates into a penis.  Future girls will end up with a clitoris. 

According to the chromosomal decision made at the microsecond of conception, the tiny evolve one day into either a topless dancer or a well-muscled lifeguard.  

For the moment, however, the future chorus girl is as well equipped as the men who will, twenty years from now, whistle and stamp their feet in appreciation of her feminine charms. 

Likewise, the future lifeguard as, potentially, all the pelvic endowments of the bikini-clad lovelies who will one day swarm around him.

Fortunately for those concerned, long before birth, the sexual structures of the suppressed sex atrophy and all but disappear frigidity

At the time of delivery the normal infant has clear-cut and distinctive sexual features.  The obstetrician has no trouble telling the excited parents whether it’s boy or  girl. 

But if he were completely honest, he would say:  “congratulations, you are the proud parents of a six-pound (98 percent) girl.” Why only 98 percent?

Because at least two percent of the sexual organs of the male and female really belong in the other sex.  Boys are two percent girls and girls are two percent boys.

This is the proportion in normal people- in abnormal cases the percentage can be a lot higher.  For example, the testicles are nothing more than female ovaries which have found a new home in the scrotum impotence

(Some experts prefer to consider the ovaries merely testicles which did not descend.  The point of view usually depends on whether the expert has testicles or ovaries.)

If the embryo is going to be a boy, the future testicles will drop through the pelvic cavity into the labia Majorca and expand them into a scrotum. 

The undifferentiated phallus increases dramatically in size and in the process is pierced by the urethra to become the penis.

If the embryo is to follow the female path, there are fewer changes required. The ovaries stay where they are. 

The labia Majorca also remain essentially unchanged homosexuality.  Only a few minor alterations are required to produce uncomplicated structures like the vagina and labia Minorca.