A "quickie" is a rapid, intense romantic encounter that skips the significant foreplay and goes directly into intercourse. Although "quickies" can be fun and spontaneous, according to Dr. William Cutter a steady diet of this type of sex is not good for a relationship. It usually does not allow the ... Read More about What Is A Quickie?
The vas-deferens is the sperm-carrying tube connecting the epididymis to the seminal vesicles. When a man has a vasectomy, his physician removes a portion of the "vas" thus preventing sperm from passing from the testicles to the ejaculate. Although a high percentage of vasectomies can be reversed by ... Read More about The Vas-deferens
The epididymis is a tiny twisting segment of the tube that carries the sperm from the testicles to the portion of the tube called the vas deferens. ... Read More about The Epididymis
These structures produce reproductive cells (either sperm or eggs) and thus include the male testicles and female ovaries. The male gonads are enclosed in the scrotum, which is a sac suspended between the thighs. The process of producing mature sperm cells begins at approximately age twelve, ... Read More about The Gonads
Two reservoirs where sperm get stored until the time of ejaculation. The majority of the fluid contained in the ejaculate is secreted from here. Thus, after vasectomy there is still a release of milky fluid, just no sperm. SaveSave ... Read More about Seminal Vesicle