Know His Body: The Penis

7 Jul

Okay, ladies. I wrote about knowing our parts here. It’s time we get to know his- and while the whole body is an erogenous zone, for the sake of this post, I’m just giving a primer on the penis. Remember, a healthy sexual appetite is a natural and beautiful thing. There is no reason to be embarrassed, and there is certainly no excuse for being ignorant. Sex is about not only the uniting of our spirits, but the uniting of our bodies- and if you’re afraid to touch, look at or really know the intimate parts of your lover, you’re missing out.

From conversations I’ve had around my kitchen table, it surprises me how many heterosexual women lack curiosity about the penis. My more conservative, shy friends would blush and say nothing, while my more forward friends might make a crack about how funny looking or even ugly they are. Some women don’t even want to look at a penis. It’s time to stop, ladies.

Knowledge of your spouse’s sexual body is as vital as knowledge of your own.

The penis is a complex and intricate organ, despite seeming simplicity. The penis is distinct from the rest of the anatomy of a man, including having a unique type of skin. The penis is made up of several specific parts- the shaft, the glans, the frenulum, the meatus and the testicles (yes, they technically are not the penis, but they’re part of the package).

The shaft is the length of the penis, where it leaves the body and extends to the tip, or head. The shaft is covered in very stretchy, soft skin that accommodates the swelling and filling of the spongy tissue inside that causes an erection.  By the way, a man has on average 6-8 erections a day- most are just a normal part of his penis being a penis. This fluctuates with age, sexual activity, and a myriad of other influences, but be aware, a penis getting hard for no apparent reason is perfectly normal. In some men, the shaft is very sensitive, but it lacks the concentration of nerve endings found elsewhere.

The glans is the bulbous part of the penis, found at the tip and sometimes called the head. The glans has the largest concentration of nerve endings in the penis, and is very responsive to stimulation. In some men, after orgasm, it can even be painful to have the glans touched. The outer ridge of the glans is called the corona, and it joins the head to the shaft. This ridge, under the head, is where the main nerve endings on most men are concentrated. In an uncircumcised man, the glans will be covered by the foreskin, until he is erect and the glans pokes through the foreskin. At the tip of the glans is the meatus– the opening through which he ejaculates and urinates. It’s very sensitive in most men.

Once a man has a full erection you can see the frenulum. The frenulum is a band of connective membrane on the underside of the penis, similar to the membrane under your tongue.  Where the corona meets the frenulum on the underside of the penis is often exquisitely sensitive, and is thought to be close to the compact sensitivity of the female clitoris.

All circumcised men will have a scar on the shaft of their penis from where the foreskin was cut away. The location varies, sometimes close to the head, sometimes farther down the shaft. This can be sensitive, numb, or neither. Again, variation is wonderful.

At the base of the shaft, hanging softly, are the testicles. They are sensitive in a myriad of ways, but should always be handled carefully. The testicles are made up of the scrotum, a stretchy sacks of skin that enclose the testes. Again, sensitivity and preference for touch varies greatly among men- get to know yours.

When a man achieves sufficient level of stimulation, he passes the point of no return and ejaculation begins. Semen containing sperm is ejected through the urethra with rhythmic contractions. These rhythmic contractions are part of the male orgasm, which typically last lasts several seconds and several contractions. Interestingly, once the first contraction takes place, ejaculation cannot be stopped.

So there you have it. Penis 101. Get to know your husband’s penis. With his permission, really look at it, get to know its unique landscape. Find out what are his sweet spots, and what makes him wild. It’s really in everyones benefit if you do. Have fun!

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45 Responses to “Know His Body: The Penis”

  1. Miss M July 7, 2011 at 6:32 pm #

    Great informative post. Just two minor typos.

  2. KaralynZ July 7, 2011 at 7:23 pm #

    We own both the books “She Comes First: The Thinking Man’s Guide to Pleasuring a Woman” and “He Comes Next: The Thinking Woman’s Guide to Pleasuring a Man” by Ian Kerner.

    Both books do cover anatomy in detail and I recommend them for that purpose if anyone is looking for other resources.

    And of course hands-on experience is rarely going to be turned down by your male partner.

  3. mfranti July 7, 2011 at 7:48 pm #

    This post and comments are pun-tastic.

    Nice job, Fanny. I think I’m gonna have to go get some hands on experience tonight.

  4. mfranti July 7, 2011 at 7:52 pm #

    and the good thing is, my partner is ALWAYS willing to practice with me.

  5. Zaissa July 7, 2011 at 10:10 pm #

    Semen containing sperm is ejected through the urethra with rhythmic contractions.

    Unless you have all the kids you want and know a good doctor who can keep the semen sperm free. 😉

    Actually, I thought I was pretty knowledgeable but I didn’t know there was a point of no return on ejaculation. Just confirmed with the mister. He says there is. Hu…well fancy that.

  6. Sylvia L July 7, 2011 at 11:30 pm #

    I love the penis.

  7. Fanny A July 7, 2011 at 11:36 pm #

    Me too!

  8. Lucinda M. July 7, 2011 at 11:51 pm #

    My Mister likes it when I refer to it as “cock”. The things I say for love.

  9. Sylvia L July 8, 2011 at 12:03 am #

    Yes, cock is always a good one to say. There a some others too, that just come out sounding sexy.

    However, I have a friend who said her husband does not want her to give him any kind of blow job because it’s immoral.

    This brings up the question–why did the church ever put the oral sex question on the TR interview? Was it really considered bad? I’m having a hard time imagining that.

  10. Lucinda M. July 8, 2011 at 12:06 am #

    Great question, Sister Sylvia.

    Paging Mormon scholars…

  11. Patty B July 8, 2011 at 12:09 am #

    Sylvia, I don’t think the oral sex question was actually ever a formal question on the temple recommend question list. I think that there was just a short period where members were instructed that oral sex was considered impure and unholy and therefore was a violation of the law of chastity, even within marriage. So, extrapolating from that, priesthood leaders asked about it during recommend interviews. If I’m wrong, someone do correct me. I’d be surprised to learn it was a formal question but would certainly want to know if it was.

    It’s really unfortunate that this idea that oral sex is immoral still floats around the church. I mean, I get that different people have different boundaries and I respect that (though I do hope that people can, where possible, be open to exploring new experiences with their partners). But I find it problematic for the church to identify certain sexual practices as inherently “impure” or “immoral.”

    Also, I personally love the word “cock” for penis.

  12. Patty B July 8, 2011 at 12:21 am #

    You can read the pertinent letter over at the Stake President’s blog. Look specifically at the lead up to the big block quote on page two, in which church leaders (bishops and stake presidents and their counselors) are instructed specifically not to ask about the clinical details of what happens in a couple’s bedroom. However, the letter instructs leaders in how to invoke the “I’m a stand-in for God” approach so that the people answering feel more need to be totally honest. And there’s certainly the implication that a practicing adult Mormon should somehow know that certain practices are not okay. The block quote itself specifically identifies oral sex as an “unnatural, impure, and unholy practice,” at least according to the first presidency.

    I think the question about oral sex most likely ended up in a lot of temple recommend interviews as a result of this letter, but I don’t think it was ever officially a question.

  13. Mouse July 8, 2011 at 2:15 am #

    That letter was *very* quickly rescinded as well. The attitude behind it is still rife culturally though, which is very sad.

    I love giving oral sex, I love my husband’s penis. It is beautiful. When we first started having sex I could spend hours just watching it, it responds so differently to what I’d imagined, and I was totally enthralled. I think it is important to make your partner feel desired and well, worshipped really, and I’ve always had very favourable reactions to lavish compliments. Playful exploring is also important, really getting to know each other’s bodies doesn’t have to have a heavy “sexy” tone to it. Some of the best times start out with giggling and just playing with each other.

    I can’t imagine that women who think penises are ugly or stupid looking or dirty or gross are able to hide those feelings from their partners, and that is sad for both of them.

  14. Moriah Jovan July 8, 2011 at 7:45 am #

    I like cock. Take that as many ways as you want. I do not like “dick.” I’ve heard it said that women say cock and men say dick. I’m sure there’s a gummint study on it somewhere…

  15. Katie July 8, 2011 at 10:06 am #

    Some of you may not be able to find a frenulum on your husband’s penis. Sadly enough, this most sensitive and wonderful part is often removed during circumcision.

  16. Patty B July 8, 2011 at 10:51 am #

    I can’t imagine that women who think penises are ugly or stupid looking or dirty or gross are able to hide those feelings from their partners, and that is sad for both of them.

    Mouse, I totally agree. I sort of understand why so many women say they think penises are funny looking or ugly or gross, etc. I mean, our culture does not celebrate masculine beauty in the same way it does feminine beauty in the first place. Then you add to that the extent to which women, especially in the Mormon church, are trained to not let themselves be sexual creatures (because good girls aren’t). That thinking means it would be somehow wrong or a violation of what it means to be a women to be fascinated by not only male beauty but especially by penises. Probably not surprising that so many women express disgust or distaste for penises.

    I think it’s sad, even if understandable. Personally I’m completely enthralled, fascinated. And I agree that part of a sexual relationship is making your partner feel worshiped. I love feeling that way and I love making my partner feel that way. I think it would be sad if, instead of seeing fascination and worship on my face when I go down on him, he saw resignation and a bit of revulsion.

  17. anon July 8, 2011 at 12:13 pm #

    what if your husband hates his OWN penis? i have never tried oral sex on my husband (although he’s done it for me, yay!) because he discourages me from doing it. he thinks i will hate it. and, never having done it, it’s now become so built up that i AM nervous about it. i’d hate to try it, and then have him stop me because he thought it was wrong or degrading for me. so his issues and mine together have made it a big weird thing in my head. any of you have to deal with your husband’s body issues? a sort of good boy syndrome as it were?

  18. Amelia July 8, 2011 at 12:49 pm #

    Tie him up and then go down on him, anon. 🙂

    I say that mostly tongue in cheek and I don’t mean to be dismissive. Good boy syndrome is certainly a very real problem for some men. It’s one of the really unfortunate consequences of how we teach about sex in the church. All of the rhetoric about how boys/men are so very sexual and how they need women’s help to control that sexuality sends the implicit message that they are somehow base and/or dirty, that their bodies and sex drives should be eschewed and controlled, not indulged. It’s not surprising that such messages would lead a man to conclude that his own penis is somehow loathsome and that asking for oral sex from his wife would be unforgivably indulgent and/or would debase her. I’m sorry you have to deal with this issue.

    There are ways to help women deal with good girl syndrome. Just yesterday some of the other women at Daughters of Mormonism and I recorded a panel discussion about good girl syndrome and included some suggestions for how to overcome it oneself or how to help a loved one deal with it. I’m sure some of those suggestions would translate to helping a man deal with similar problems. I’m not sure when the post will go up–it will be at least a week, and maybe more. Sybil does all the editing and I know it’s labor intensive. But keep your eye open for it. Maybe some of the suggestions will be helpful.

    And maybe the ladies here will take on these issues at some point.

  19. Lucy W July 8, 2011 at 1:01 pm #

    Tie him up and then go down on him, anon.

    I was about to suggest something similar: Wait until he’s in a deep sleep, then GENTLY play with him. He may or may not get hard. Do this several nights in a row, working up through stroking (squeezing gently) up and down the shaft until he’s hard, kissing here and there when you feel comfortable, licking around the corona.

    He may or may not wake up. He may or may not think it was a dream. But I figure, if you’re going to be thought of as a succubus, you might as well act like one.

  20. Mouse July 8, 2011 at 1:12 pm #

    My husband doesn’t have that issue, but I can see how it could easily develop – good boy syndrome I guess. What does he think oral sex involves? What is shown in porn isn’t realistic, a blow job doesn’t have to include deep throating or pushing your head down or being degraded or feeling like you are choking or even having him ejaculate in your mouth. Maybe you could try easing into it? Do you kiss him in other areas of his body? Legs, stomach, chest? Just go a bit further down, kiss his penis on your way to other things. When you’re both comfortable with that, add licking and sucking, use your hands… you can stop or switch it up at any point.

    For me, oral sex is really empowering – you have a lot of control over what you are doing to him, over how much pleasure you are giving your partner and that is really sexy. You don’t have to launch straight into it, just step it up slowly until you find your comfort level.

  21. Patty B July 8, 2011 at 1:33 pm #

    I think that the tie-him-up or while-he’s-sleeping options would actually work for some men. I had a boyfriend tell me once that he didn’t think it would take a lot to get most men over the hump of reservation about certain sexual practices.

    But (and this is a big “but”).

    If the reservation is more than normal uncertainty about something he hasn’t tried or something he always thought women wouldn’t really be interested in, if it has to do with deeper seated psychological issues, I’m not so sure these approaches would be the best place to start (though after you’ve built up some trust and started helping him deal with his good boy/body issues they could be good options).

    Do you play with his penis with your hands? if not, that might be a good place to start–something that’s a bit out of ordinary for the two of you and a little new, a little like oral sex in that it’s focused on his pleasure and his body, but it doesn’t seem quite as significant as oral sex. And giving a hand job can be a lot of fun.

    I also like Mouse’s suggestion of easing into it by making kissing his penis just one of many places you kiss his body–that normalizes the idea of you touching his penis with your mouth. And you can work up to going beyond a kiss to licking, sucking, full-blown blow job.

    If he has verbally expressed the concern that he’s worried you won’t like it, or that you may feel it’s degrading, reassure him verbally. Tell him you don’t know if you will like it because you’ve never done it before but that you find him sexy, that you love his cock, that you love how much pleasure he gives you and you want to give him that same pleasure. And, since it sounds like you are a little concerned about whether you’ll like it, take it slowly still. I think open communication can go a long way to dealing with these kinds of things.

  22. Lucy W July 8, 2011 at 2:21 pm #

    …or that you may feel it’s degrading…

    Along those lines, don’t be on your knees. If “degrading” is a problem, then you need to be on top.

  23. KaralynZ July 8, 2011 at 5:59 pm #

    We also use the word “cock” in our relationship. I wasn’t comfortable with it at the beginning, but it’s normal now. I like giving him oral sex because he obviously enjoys it so much. He’s so appreciative!

  24. Nervous July 9, 2011 at 6:32 am #

    So, I like to give my hubby oral but I’ve never let it go “all the way”. I guess I’m worried about what it would taste like or what my reaction would be. Any suggestions??

  25. Fanny A July 9, 2011 at 8:06 am #

    Nervous, I’ll tackle this one. This will be TMI for some, so fair warning.

    First, you can let it go all they way and not have him ejaculate in your mouth. He can let you know that’s imminent, or you will be able to tell. Simply take him out of your mouth and use your hands. Truthfully, oral sex is a mix of your hands and mouth anyway, so this would not be a big deal.

    As far as taste, it varies. It’s salty, sweet, bitter and some women like it, some don’t. You can keep a towel handy if you don’t. You can also continue use oral sex as foreplay and be just fine. But if you’d like to bringing him to orgasm that way, you totally should and not be afraid. Tell him your concern- and then give it a go.

  26. anon July 9, 2011 at 5:02 pm #

    hmm good advice and much appreciated! i especially like mouse’s idea of easing into it. i also find patty’s comment reassuring, that i can tell him that i’m just DON’T KNOW if i’ll like it! but that i’d like to try it. i think i’ve felt like, since he is unsure, i need to go into it with great confidence, but never having done it, i don’t have that confidence. it’s nice to think i can express my uncertainty, and still give it a go.

    thanks all! our sex life is pretty good (and we have done hand jobs and he likes those a lot), but this is something i’d really like to try, but i just haven’t been sure how to approach it. appreciate the advice and support.

  27. KaralynZ July 9, 2011 at 5:28 pm #

    I guess my advice would be identify your main fear and be up front about it when you mention it to him. “I would like to try this – but I don’t know if it’s something I’m going to like enough to ever do again. I’m worried that ….” (if i do it once you’ll be upset or hurt if I decide I don’t want to do it again? You’ll try to pressure me to do it again because I already did it once?)

    I find that helps when i want to try new things with my husband that I’m nervous about. Communication is something we both still struggle with sometimes!

  28. Patty B. July 9, 2011 at 6:08 pm #

    Anon, I think Fanny’s point to Nervous is an important one, too: even if you don’t enjoy bringing your husband all the way to the point that he comes in your mouth, oral sex can be a great part of foreplay. And don’t feel like you have to push yourself all the way to full-on blow job the first time you try it. Just let yourself experiment. Experimenting is half the fun of sex. I think sometimes because we, as Mormons, wait so long for our first sexual encounters we’re overeager to get to the main attraction–intercourse itself or, in the case of oral sex, giving our partner an orgasm. It might help to set a date that’s all about just slow, leisurely exploration that doesn’t require getting to the goal but is instead just about sexual fun.

    Nervous, if you’re worried about taste, you could always taste your husband’s come sometime when you give him a hand job. Then you’re not in the moment of him coming from oral sex and taken by surprise by the taste. I know one of my boyfriends found it very hot that I wanted to taste his come, even when I hadn’t been giving him a blow job. I also think it could be good to separate out taking your husband all the way to an orgasm and having him ejaculate into your mouth. As Fanny suggests, most men can warn you when they’re on the verge of coming and you can finish him off with your hand. It feels really good to give your partner an orgasm via oral sex–powerful, and worshipful. It might be good to get to know that feeling without the worry of whether or not you’ll like the taste of his come.

  29. UtahMark July 10, 2011 at 8:03 pm #

    When we were teenagers my 15 year old sister had no clue about erections and didn’t believe it when our cousin told her about them. I can understand her disbelief ; there is no other body part that changes so much in size or shape. She was shocked when it was proven to her. One of those funny things where living in one type of body can leave big gaps in your understanding of other types of bodies.

  30. E July 10, 2011 at 10:58 pm #

    Not married, so no experience with penises (peni?). But I might be more inclined to think of the male sexual organ as beautiful if someone would paint some lovely flower pictures in the style of Georgia O’Keefe. Just sayin’.

  31. Anon July 11, 2011 at 6:05 am #

    I grew up in an all female household so my curiosity once I began to be involved with boys ran the opposite way from Mark’s sister, as I never got a chance to see one in its…resting state until I became involved with my husband. I was rather like the blonde in the joke about the sculpting class.

    (The joke is, this absolutely beautiful woman does a naked sculpture of a man with an erect penis and the teacher says, “Why didn’t you sculpt it the other way” to which she replies “What other way?”)

  32. demon July 13, 2011 at 2:29 am #

    They also make flavored condoms these make it so you can finish him in your mouth and not have to worry about the taste.

  33. Gorihor July 21, 2011 at 1:18 pm #

    A few fun facts…

    You can now get an idea of the size of a man’s phallus without seeing him naked (or relying on his own overestimation). Researchers have determined that the difference in length between a man’s ring and pointer fingers (pointer should be shorter) is positively correlated to the size of his ‘endowment’. Divergent finger lengths are symptomatic of exposure to testosterone in the womb (you’ll also note that women more frequently have similar length between the 1st and 3rd fingers or even a longer 1st than 3rd).

    For myself (and presumably other men, although I’ve never asked) orgasm and ejaculation can be separate events. While they usually occur near simultaneously I have experienced both independent of the other (although orgasm w/o ejaculation is much more rare). Furthermore it is also possible to experience both despite not having an erection. My experience has been that orgasm is more closely related to mental arousal and ejaculation with physical stimulation.

    Uncomfortable or concerned about cleanliness or appealingness of you genitals, especially when it comes to oral sex (and applies to both genders). Simple, start your foray with a bath together. Not only being erotic in its own right – it may take several attempts before you even get as far as oral 😉 – it avoids a lot of apprehension about the state of your partners ‘pieces’. (Further note regarding love in the tub – warm water, ejaculate and leg hair are a particularly sticky situation).

    For Patty (amongst others)… No need for only the lady to partake in a taste test. If that is what he is requesting, give him a taste of his own… uh… medicine. A little dab will do him.

  34. KaralynZ July 21, 2011 at 2:05 pm #

    Gorihor must be one self-confident fellow! Did he just encourage us women to screen our dates by penis-size or did I make that up?

    (I’m teasing. Kind of.)

  35. Moriah Jovan July 21, 2011 at 2:33 pm #

    Ahhh…GORihor… I’m curious about your moniker. Is that what I think it is? 😉

  36. Gorihor July 21, 2011 at 3:38 pm #

    @Karalyn – Of all that I admitted in that comment, the ‘size’ related part was probably the least risky 😉

    @Moriah – My moniker is in reference to a dastardly character in Alma 30 combined with one of my initials (befitting an apostate such as myself). If I have missed an inappropriate innuendo I am disappointed in myself (and a bit curious). If it is an inside joke, or a reference to you or one of the other commenters then I have stumbled upon it naively.

    I might as well provide something on topic as well…

    Refractory period. Men have one, as much as we might in the moment wish otherwise. Essentially, after ejaculation we are physically unable to perform until our body has had time to recover, unlike many women who, in the right hands, are able to climax repeatedly until the kids wake up or the neighbours pound on the wall.

    When we are young this period might be as little as 15 to 20 minutes and as we age it increases to the range of multiple days. Being a graduate of the pre-existence class of ’74, i would be hard pressed (ahem) to repeat in less than 45 minutes and it would require a materially increased level of effort & determination by both parties to accomplish the goal.

    Moreso, I would contend that most men have a psychological refractory period in addition to the physiological one that also increases as we age.

  37. KaralynZ July 21, 2011 at 5:14 pm #

    Men have one, as much as we might in the moment wish otherwise.

    Believe me, we wish it as much as you guys do.

    I sometimes wonder if the physical disparities between the male and female sexual process will be resolved in the celestial kingdom. (Not going to get into an argument about whether or not there is sex in that place, had several profs at BYU who claimed it was so and had arguments to back it up, and that’s GOOD ENOUGH FOR ME.)

  38. UtahMark July 21, 2011 at 5:38 pm #

    @Karalyn, there better be sex there or I’m not sure I want to go there. (Only partially kidding) It would certainly be nice if disparities in sexual desires and abilities were somehow resolved there. That would certainly contribute to it being a place of peace, joy, and fulfillment.

  39. Fanny A July 21, 2011 at 6:04 pm #

    …as long as I never have to be pregnant again, I’m in.

  40. Moriah Jovan July 21, 2011 at 11:36 pm #

    @Gorihor, I knew it was a reference to Corihor, but I ALSO thought it was a reference to something even more dastardly. Gor, which novel series spawned a way of life I hope this blog someday actually talks about.

    Eh, hell widdit. This blog’s not squeamish. Dom/sub, Master/slave, BDSM, etc etc etc. I thought “Gorihor” was brilliant.

  41. Gorihor July 22, 2011 at 8:37 am #

    @Moriah – Looks like i will have to demonstrate brilliance in some other manner as the Gorean way of life is something I was unfamiliar with.

    Looking in to it a bit seems like it could provide some pleasurable reading, although I probably Grok more to the way of Heinlein.

    On topic…

    Nocturnal Tumescence (aka Morning Wood or EMB – Early Morning Boner) – The average man will go through 3 – 5 periods of physical arousal during the typical night. This holds true with many men who would otherwise struggle with erectile difficulties (certainly not all however).

    These periods generally coincide with stages of REM (dreaming) sleep but (at least from personal experience) do not necessarily reflect the content of the dreams.

    Another frequent trigger of EMB is a having full bladder while asleep. This is a beneficial reflex as it is a firm barrier against enuresis but has the drawback (from personal experience) that once you have awakened in said condition, there can be an uncomfortable situation where, despite the dramatic urgency, you are unable to remedy the situation until the conclusion of an awkward cooling off.

  42. Bah August 13, 2011 at 7:10 pm #

    Nervous, I enjoy bringing my husband to orgasm with oral but am not crazy about the taste. My favorite solution has been oral in the shower, which allows me to spit it out and rinse my mouth without killing the mood.

  43. Agnel December 11, 2012 at 9:40 pm #

    Don’t depend on traditional Churchs but read the Bible. Bible is full of wisdom. There is nothing wrong kissing cock and giving stimulatin to it. God has given enough wisdom to everyone to understand the our own body pars and purpose of it. If you know the purpose and use it the way it should be used there is greater joy in marriage. What ever you do Jesus Christ must glorified in it bucause He is the one who made us like that. Let your heart thank Him for creating the sexual joy from each others body. Don’t go extream, respect each other. Sex is not everything it is a part of life, but here you express your love for him or her. Sex must be with in the marriage not outside the marriage, not one of us want to see our mother or father adulterous. Be holy, holy mean moral and trust worthy. Even a immoral person does not expect immorality from others.

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