We all love the way they feel when they’re used for what they’re made for, but why on earth do genitals have to look like that? You may be surprised to know that there is actually a scientific reason behind why our genitalia look they way they do. Keep reading to learn more.

The purpose of having genitals for both sexes is to allow us to come together to enjoy sexual intercourse and for the purpose of reproduction. Our external genitals were not made just for bumping uglies and having a good time. These are some of the scientific reasons why we have these parts. Now, let’s delve deeper into why they’re just so damn ugly.

Female Genitalia – The Vagina Unfolded

Obviously, the most familiar part of the female body outside of breasts is the vagina. While the vagina can often serve as a pleasure palace, there are some scientific reasons for why it looks the way it does.

Outer Lips

The Labia Majora are the outer lips of the vagina and they are made to protect the other parts of the female genitalia that are exposed from infection and other unwanted foreign objects from entering the vagina.

Inner Lips

The backup plan to the labia majora are the labia minora. The labia minora are the smaller inner lips of the vagina that are located just underneath the Labia Majora and at the entrance of the vaginal canal.

Nature designed these lips to become more sensitive to stimulation during female arousal and intercourse that makes for a more pleasurable sexual experience for all parties involved.

Male Genitalia – Giving Them The Shaft

The purpose of the penis is both biological and sexual in nature. The penis is designed for males to engage in sexual intercourse for reproduction, relieve wastes from the body in the form of urine. The urethra is the tube that runs inside of the penis to facilitate the release of the ejaculate and urine from the body. 

The testes also are known as the scrotum, or simply as balls, are the part of the male genitalia that is responsible for the production of semen the male reproductive fluid. The testes are also responsible for regulating the release of male hormones which control the development of male characteristics like having a deep voice or scruffy beard and other reproductive features.

Au Natural – A Divine Design

So now you have greater insight as to why our uglies are so ugly. Nature has a specific design in place in order to allow us to successfully reproduce and to protect our bodies from harm. The most important function outside of reproduction for our genitals is to eliminate harmful and unwanted wastes from the body.

Our parts were divinely designed to give us the maximum amount of pleasure while keeping our entire body system on track and keeping us free of harmful toxins and waste. Even though they might be ugly, apparently, we couldn’t possibly begin to enjoy life without them.