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Category: Anatomy, Sexual Body Parts
Self-pleasuring for Trans-masculine people
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Cis-Female Sexual Anatomy
Click here for a side-view diagram of the female-bodied sexual anatomy. Click here for an external view (vulva).
Adult cis-Male Pelvic Anatomy
Adult cis-Female Pelvic Anatomy
Pelvic Floor Health for Men
Download a free PDF version of this brochure Please note: we are aware of the problematic title of this brochure, as the term ‘men’ does not adequately define people who may be transfeminine AND have a pelvis shaped by testosterone in utero. We are in the process of consulting with pelvic floor muscle experts on […]
I don’t know whether this is a problem, but I have noticed that when I self-pleasure or have sex, one or both of my testicles “disappear” up into my body. Is this a problem? When people become sexually aroused, a number of different muscles involuntarily contract, which regulates everything from blood supply to positioning of […]
Do women really get erections? How can they–they don’t have a penis! Technically, it isn’t a penis that becomes erect. The clitoral caverns inside of the penis are the structures that become engorged and erect. So when the clitoral caverns swell with blood flowing into the clitoris, it pushes on the penis, so that from […]
How do I know if I’ve had an orgasm?
I have a long-distance relationship. I probably only see my boyfriend maybe one week out of the month if I’m lucky. Anyway, he likes to have phone sex. I’d never done this before, so at first I was uncomfortable with it. I had also never masturbated by myself before. Now that I have the hang […]
How to have an orgasm (for people with vulvas and vaginas)
Download a brochure on Orgasms for People with Vulvas and Vaginas I’ve never had an orgasm with my partner. What do I do? This is a common question with some straightforward answers, yet many women can’t find enough information about their bodies to know how to give themselves an orgasm. Often we expect partners to […]