About Sex Organs
Sex Organs the primary reproductive parts of body constituting majorly of reproductive system involved in sexual reproduction are also referred as genitalia or genitals.
Female sexual organs include the vulva, which is made up of the clitoris, mons pubis, inner and outer lips, and the vaginal opening, is outside of the body. The shape and look of the vulva differs from one woman to the next.
Male sexual organs include the penis, the end of penis called glans, contains the urethral opening that allows urine and semen to pass from the body. In uncircumcised men, an additional layer of skin covers the glans, and is referred to as the foreskin.