1 What's happening to you? Penis stuff All penises are different. They may be straight, curved, long, short, fat, thin, circumcised or uncircumcised. It’s all perfectly normal. How long is a penis? A penis is fully grown once you’re between 18 and 21 years old. When soft, it’s between 6 and 13 cm. An erect penis is between 12 and 21 cm. Did you know that a smaller penis is often just as big as a larger one when erect? Most boys have their first ejaculation between the ages of 11 and 16. That’s when some semen escapes from the penis through the urine tube. Remember: You can make a girl pregnant with your very first ejaculation if you have sex without a condom or the pill. A wet dream is spontaneous ejaculation during sleep. If your bed feels wet when you wake up, you might think you’ve wet it. You haven’t – you’ve had a wet dream. 2 LONG LIVE LOVE Did you know... Boys often compare their penises. The bigger the better, they think. But if your penis is bigger, you don’t have better sex. Nor are you a better lover. Penis shaft foreskin glans erectile tissue urine opening glans seminal tube urine opening Circumcision > what's that? If a boy has been circumcised, his foreskin has been removed. The head of the penis (glans) is no longer covered. Circumcision is mostly done for religious or hygienic reasons. Sometimes a boy is circumcised because his foreskin is too tight and cannot be pushed back over the glans. If you’ve been circumcised, you can still have an orgasm. It may take a bit longer because your glans is slightly less sensitive. testicle urine tube circumcised uncircumcised scrotum scrotum

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