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The glans of the penis also known as the head of the penis. This is a region of the penis sensitive to stimulation. It is covered by the:
Prepuce or foreskin, a fold of skin that covers the flaccid penis in uncircumcised men. In circumcised men, the foreskin has been removed thus exposing the head of the penis at all times (erect or not).
The urethra is the opening in the head which allows for the passage from inside to outside of both urine from the urinary tract and semen from the genital tract.
The bor sac is found at the base of the penis and supports and maintains temperature control of the testes.
The testes are the sperm and testosterone producing organs found suspended in the scrotum.
The prostate gland is a gland found at the base of the bladder, helping to control the urge to pee and also producing fluid that serves to mix with stored sperm from the seminal vesicles to form semen - ejaculate.
The epididymis, vas deferens and seminal vesicles are tubes that serve to tranport and assist in the maturation and storage of sperm.