Parts That We All Have
ANUS: The opening from the intestine to the outside of the body. This is where feces comes out.
VAGINAL FLUID: the mucus-like fluid that lubricates the vagina when a woman is sexually excited.
SEMEN: the fluid that comes out of the penis when a male ejaculates. It’s made up of sperm and fluids that help the sperm move and provide them with nutrients.
Parts That Males Have
ERECTION: When blood rushes into the penis causing it to swell and making it larger and harder. Males can get erections for many different reasons including sexual stimulation. Although an erection is sometimes called a boner, there is no bone in the penis.
EJACULATION: Is the release of semen through the penis. Ejaculation often happens at the same time as orgasm, the peak of sexual excitement.
Parts That Females Have
OVUM: These are the cells that carry the female’s genetic material. Once a woman starts getting her period, her ovaries usually release one ovum a month. Ovum are more commonly called eggs.
SPERM: Short for spermatozoa, these are the cells that carry the male’s genetic material. Males usually release millions of sperm each time they ejaculate. In order for a pregnancy to happen, one sperm cell needs to unite with one egg cell.