At 2/12/09 03:25 PM, MyMonkey wrote:
I see 3 questions, but meh.
Why is the vaginal opening so far away from the clitoris?
It's all to do with how the external genitalia develop. For the first 6 weeks, a foetus' sex is impossible to determine without genetic tests, because the same basic structures present in a 6-week old foetus can develop into either gender over the rest of the pregnancy. The exact shape of either gender is tied to the same original blueprint, so certain bits of both genders don't make as much sene as they could, were they more 'purpose built'.
Wouldnt it be much better for the clitoris to be closer so more pleasure during sex could be achieved...?
Sure.... if you wanted you're girlfriend to last about 5 minutes.
And why dont men have a pee hole and an ejaculation hole?
Simple: Urine keeps the tube clean, and stops semen from congealing inside it (potentially blocking the urethra). Because of this, using the same tube is better than two seperate ones.