biology anatomy question  

rm_wbly35 46F
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2/7/2006 8:58 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

biology anatomy question

Ok, we are all female first in utero... so thus the "seam" in a man's balls are the vaginal lips joined (humor me that's how I think of them) and so a baby that is misgendered with a larger than "normal" clit and called a boy... where would they pee from? That all sounds like a weird question, and maybe I should just delete it and start over again, but I'm just curious the bladder in a woman opens out right above the vaginal opening, but well under the clit... the clit is there just for pleasure where the cock is for pleasure elimination, and for the actual transportation of semen. Ok... does any one see my question? and the deeper question within... cause I'm now kinda lost... maybe someone could help me out... or I could go back to the bathroom and try again to figure out what I'm asking!

nz_football_ref 38M

2/8/2006 10:10 am

Not sure if I can help, but I am sure I can confuse you more.

What about the ovaries? In a woman they are deep inside your body. Yet, in a man they stay very close to the surface and become testicles.

Hmmm, thinking some more......

I suppose if you measured the distance from your clit to your pee hole you would find that the distance is smaller than from a mans pee hole to the edge of his head. I guess as the penis develops the clit enlarges around the pee hole to become the head of the penis.

AND what happens to the Labia??? Does that become the foreskin?

PS I have never taken biology so this could be a load of rubbish.

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