.. I want to ask .. r n r nWhen having sex with a partner, does the penis fit into the pee or not? … r n r nThank you
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You need to know that female genital organs are different from men. In women there are 3 types of areas / holes that have different functions, namely the mouth of the urinary tract, vaginal opening and anus. The three areas are in order from front to back. In contrast to men who only have two holes in the genital area, namely the mouth of the urethra and sperm that combine into one and the anal canal.
During intercourse, the penis will naturally penetrate into the vaginal opening. The vagina has been designed so that the penis can pass through it with the help of lubricating fluid produced from the glands around the vagina. For couples who are just doing this for the first time, it is natural that the penis will feel difficult to enter the vaginal opening. What can be done is to increase the lubricating fluid from the vagina by foreplay or warming up first. Whereas the urinary estuary in women is not elastic like the vagina and is small, which is about 0.5cm which is located lower than the woman's clitoris. So that penetration will not occur between the penis into the urinary tract in women. What might happen is the penetration of the penis into the vagina or anus area of women. However anal sex (anal penetration) is highly discouraged because it increases the risk of infection and other disorders. So much information that I can convey, hopefully it helps