About the INTERCOURSE

About the MALE SEX ORGANS

About the FEMALE  SEX ORGANS

About the  IMPOTENCE

About the  FRIGIDITY

All about MASTURBATION

All about BIRTH CONTROL

All about ABORTION

All about VENEREAL DISEASE

GUIDE TO SEX PROBLEMS

 

CHAPTER  TWO

ABOUT THE MALE SEX  ORGANS

The normal size penis

            From a realistic point of view, the  normal size for a  penis is long enough  to reach from a man’s body into the vagina.  As long as the sperm can be delivered without spilling, reproduction is facilitated.  Since penile size is a hereditary characteristic, transmitted genetically, any man whose  penis is too short to reach the vagina  will have difficult  reproducing; truly a short-penis race would have died  out half a million years ago.

There is no  relation whatsoever between the size of the penis- length, diameter, or any other measurement- and  the ability to produce  sexual orgasm in the female sex. Almost  every aspect of orgiastic sensation in women is concentrated in the accessible genital structures, that  is, the  clitoris, labia, and related  areas.  This includes the lower one-third  of the  vagina,  in easy reach of nearly every post-adolescent penis. In sexual intercourse,  as in every artistic endeavor, it is quality not  quantity that counts.

The average erect  penis sizes  out at six  inches.  The range extends from four  and a half to eight  inches.

What is ejaculation?

Ejaculation consists of a complex sequence of events  coordinated with split-second timing.
Once erection has taken place ( a minor miracle in itself), and the  penis is in place in the vagina, the circuits begin to hum.  Sensory receptors within the skin of the penis lock into the electrical system. They measure the heat of the vagina, friction against  the penis, pressure of the vagina, friction against  the penis, pressure of the vaginal  wall against  the penile shaft, amount of vaginal lubrication present,  etc.  These “Situations reports” are constantly relayed to the sexual centers  in the spinal cord and brain.  In response, the  centers direct more blood to the penis, increase the sensitivity  of the touch receptors in the organ, and build up nervous  energy in the lower  segment  of the spinal cord.

As intercourse  progresses , a  constant flow of nerve  impulses races between the sexual organs and the central nervous  system, building up and reinforcing  itself. All other  stimuli are integrated into the system, building  up and reinforcing  itself.  All other  stimuli are integrated into the system.  Looking at the sexual partner, touching her, being  touched by her, contribute  to the rapidly building tension.  It is comparable, in one  sense, to  blowing  up a balloon.  The pressure gets  higher  and higher  until  it is finally released  by an explosion.

Finally the critical point is the explosion, a tremendous  nervous  explosion that set off a chain reaction.  Then  things start to happen fast.

The urethra is sealed off  so urine  will not be  expelled accidentally.  Secretion from the prostate  gland, a seminal  vesicles,  and testicles are mixed  on the spot.  The man’s pelvic muscles contract  to hurl the penis  deeper into the vagina;  simultaneously involuntary arching of the back drives the entire body forward.  At this point  consciousness is obliterated and the man loses all contact with  the  world –except for those  few cubic  inches of vagina  surrounding  his  penis.

A powerful internal pump swings into action squirting  a  quarter-ounce of seminal fluid into the vagina  in about  six consecutive jets.  Ten seconds later is all over-until the next time. 

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