As women simply do not have a male member, it’s entirely possible there may be some male organ facts men take for granted, but which might be news to women. In order to help women better understand matters related to male organ health, function and appearance, we offer the following array of facts. Some may be rather obscure to women, some rather obvious - but all are valuable.

1. It’s not impervious to harm. Men like to talk about how rock-hard their tumescence is and to act as if their manhood could withstand anything thrown at it. The fact is, a member can indeed be hurt - and is potentially more likely to suffer injury when tumescent than when flaccid. There are no bones in the member, so it can’t technically be broken. But it can suffer severe trauma, such as might be caused when a tumescent member unintentionally slams against a hard surface.

2. It comes in more than two sizes. Yes, the member is generally hard or soft, but it can also be somewhere in between. And even when it is either hard or soft, there can variation in its size. For example, a guy whose manhood is typically around 3 inches when soft may be half that size when emerging from a swimming pool full of really cold water. And a man’s firm male organ may typically be, say, 5.5" inches - but could be a little longer or shorter at certain times.

3. Just because a guy releases seed doesn’t always mean the sensual activity has to end. Yes, for some men, rapid deflation sets in after releasing male seed. But other men retain enough of a firmness to continue thrusting away until their partner has achieved satisfaction as well.

4. There’s more to it than meets the eye. The shaft of the manhood continues on a little ways inside the body. Sometimes when a man is overweight, a roll of fat may also hide the base of the shaft. If he loses that extra flab, the hidden shaft becomes exposed, making it appear as if he has added a little length to his manhood.

5. It’s actually the blood. Yes, seeing a beautiful woman does inspire excitement in a man. But that inspiration depends upon physiological responses to result in tumescence - and that means a rush of blood to the member that fills out the spongy tissue in the organ to allow it to expand.

6. Even fetuses get excited. Okay, excited may be going a bit far - but little boys in the womb do develop occasional hardness as a simple matter of course.

7. Releasing seed helps prevent cancer. Recent studies have shown that men who release male seed at least 21 times per month have a much lower risk of developing male organ cancer later in life. So if a woman catches her man pleasuring himself frequently, there’s a medically sound reason for it.

8. It gets less sensitive with age. A sad truth, but most men lose some male organ sensitivity as they age - which is one of the reasons that some older men report problems with tumescence. The friction doesn’t evoke the same degree of response it once did.

Also key among the male organ facts women should know: Guys really should regularly apply a top notch male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) to their members. The best crème will include a wide range of vitamins (such as A, B5, C D and E), the topical application of which will allow them to more directly target their benefits to the manhood itself. It also helps if the crème contains L-carnitine, a neuroprotective ingredient that can help those suffering from diminished member sensitivity, especially when rough handling is a primary cause.