A sex organ or reproductive organ is any part of an animal's body that is involved in sexual reproduction. The reproductive organs together constitute the reproductive system. The testis in the male, and the ovary in the female, are called the primary sex organs. Mosses , ferns , and some similar plants have gametangia for reproductive organs, which are part of the gametophyte. The cones and pollen are not themselves sexual organs.
Pajarito to papaya: a cheeky guide to body parts in Spanish - Bedsider
O n 31 January I answered a problem from a reader asking what to call her daughter's genitals - something that wasn't too twee, euphemistic or overly anatomical. I asked other readers how they dealt with this; many of you replied. I forgot to ask if people minded if I used their names or not, so I've played it safe and made everyone fairly anonymous. Edward was the first to write in: "I am trying to spread the use of the term 'twinkie'. This is assonant with 'winkie' which is quite a good word for a penis. Another good one is the french 'zizzi'.
Before A Penis Was A Penis: Sex Slang Throughout History
Why is a penis called a penis? Most names of our genitals arise from other languages. And once you know the origins of the names for these body parts, you'll discover how sanitized modern language is when it comes to naming sex organs. Of Tails and Testicles Most all of our modern medical names for genitals, slang withstanding, are named in the fashion of the rest of our body parts — the names are simply taken from Greek or Latin. Penis is derived from the Latin word for tail, popping up in Cicero's ad Familiares.
Sometimes, words like concha shell or almeja clam have nothing to do with the sea, and pajarito little bird and gusanito little worm have nothing to do with animals. Spanish is a language rich in double meanings, and things get even more interesting—and occasionally confusing—when you compare slang between different parts of the Spanish-speaking world. Here are some common words to use at your own risk.