Male Anatomy 101

Brace yourself, ladies. Today we are going to revisit some basic anatomy to help you get comfortable around your man’s, er, manhood.

Why are we revisiting high school sex ed? Because you should not be afraid of The Penis. The Penis is your friend. It wants very badly to be up-close-and-personal with you. By familiarizing yourself with the structure of The Penis you will become relaxed and confident in all of your encounters with it.

The tip of The Penis, commonly referred to as the “head,” is actually comprised of several parts. The glans is the rounded top of The Penis, while the corona is the ridge that flares just behind the glans where the shaft and the head meet. On the underside of the glans you will find the frenulum. This thin strip of tissue connects the glans to the shaft on the underside of The Penis. If your man is not circumcised, these sensitive areas will be covered by the foreskin. Then you have the shaft, the scrotum and the perineum.

Embrace The Penis in your life. Learn the ways that your man likes to be stroked, caressed, and aroused. Some men respond rather well to stimulation of the frenulum, while others find it too sensitive. Then again, the corona can be an area of heightened pleasure. If  any of these areas is overly sensitive to stimuli, and you and your man would like a little more time on the clock during the game (so to speak), invest in some desensitizing gel. One little product can make a big difference in both of your satisfaction.

Male sexual stimulation and gratification is not just about The Penis, though. Try massaging his scrotum and perineum during foreplay. Taking things a step further, many men enjoy stimulation of the prostate. If you’re going to explore this as a source of sexual satisfaction, make sure you have appropriate and safe toys, like the High Island Health Prostate Massager.

To promote better overall sexual health, from stamina to semen production to prostate health, incorporate a healthy dose of vitamins and supplements formulated especially for men into his daily diet. If your man is experiencing any form of sexual dysfunction or has concerns about his health, encourage him to discuss them with his doctor as soon as possible.

And remember, Bombshells, there is no time like the present to become better acquainted with The Penis in your life.

“The Bombshell Mommy” is written by Abigail Blank, romance author and mother of three. Frozen Heart and its sequel, Melted Tears, are published under her pen name: Annabelle Blume. Got a question about how to juggle it all and still be a Bombshell? Email Abigail at, connect with her on Facebook, follow her on Twitter @Bombshell_Mommy and look for her on Pinterest.

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