- (erection) erecting: the act of building or putting up
- Penile erection is a physiological phenomenon where the penis becomes
enlarged and firm. Penile erection is the result of a complex interaction of
psychological, neural, vascular and endocrine factors, and is usually, though
not exclusively, associated with sexual arousal.
- The action of erecting a structure or object
- A building or other upright structure
- (erection) an erect penis
- An enlarged and rigid state of the penis, typically in sexual
- Puberty is the process of physical changes by which a child's body becomes
an adult body capable of reproduction. Puberty is initiated by hormone signals
from the brain to the gonads (the ovaries and testes).
- The period during which adolescents reach sexual maturity and become capable
- the time of life when sex glands become functional
- Puberty is a painting created by Edvard Munch. Munch is an artist native to
Norway and is widely known for his role in expressionistic art. Puberty has also
been done as a lithograph and an etching by Munch.
- A male child or young man
- (boy) male child: a youthful male person; "the baby was a boy"; "she made
the boy brush his teeth every night"; "most soldiers are only boys in
- A male child or young man who does a specified job
- A son
- (boy) son: a male human offspring; "their son became a famous judge"; "his
boy is taller than he is"
- (boy) a friendly informal reference to a grown man; "he likes to play golf
with the boys"
erections puberty - What's Happening
What's Happening to My Body? Book for Boys : A Growing Up Guide for Parents
The best book on puberty for 9-15 year old boys
completely updated for the first time in 12 years! Selected as a "Best Book for
Young Adults" by the American Library Association--The classic puberty education
book for 9-15 year-old boys (over 500,000 copies sold), now thoroughly updated
and freshly redesigned for the first time in 12 years. This classic book covers
the body's changing size and shape, hair, voice changes, perspiration, pimples,
the reproductive organs, sexuality, puberty in girls and adds new sections on
diet, exercise, and health. It also includes vital information on AIDS, STDs,
and birth control appropriate for this age group, and an introduction for
parents and educators. Responding to letters and new data about teenage
concerns, some of the changes in this edition include:
* new, more detailed
discussions of penis size ("the subject of most letters I get," says Madaras)
* new, more detailed discussions on eating right and exercise, steroid
abuse, and weight training * more practical advice on hygienic products, shaving
products, and treatment of acne
* more reassuring stories from boys and men
to help relieve the embarrassment and anxiety over erections, orgasms,
masturbation, wet dreams, and health issues including injuries and testicular
* expanded resource section on sexuality, homosexuality, birth
control, sexually transmitted diseases.
Over 1,200,000 copies of Lynda
Madaras books sold!
"Hanging Low, Keeping Cool," "A Hairy Question,"
"Feeling Private/Feeling Guilty," "You Don't See Any Blind, Crazy Morons Around
Here, Do Ya?"
Can you guess what all these chapter titles are about? Give you
a hint: everything you ever wanted to know about (but were afraid to ask)... You
got it, boys and puberty! Author Lynda Madaras and her daughter Area Madaras
have expanded and updated their sensitive, detailed, often witty guide for boys
on the cusp of adolescence. To help boys realize they are not alone in their
concerns about masturbation, body hair, growth spurts (or lack thereof), female
puberty, voice changes, perspiration, shaving, and sexuality, this classic guide
is written in a down-to-earth, nonjudgmental style and filled with answers to
the many questions boys have as their bodies begin the transformation into
adulthood. As a result of thousands of reader letters over the years, as well as
the ever growing body of information about puberty in boys, the third edition
has been revised to include more detailed discussion of penis size (the authors
get more questions about penis size than all other topics combined), updated
information on acne treatment, expanded sections on eating right, exercise,
steroid abuse, and weight training, and important facts about STDs, AIDS, and
birth control. Filled with anecdotes, illustrations, and diagrams, the guide is
designed with the understanding that some boys and parents will want to read it
together, while others will want to pore over it on their own. Either way, this
resource will prove to be incredibly useful for boys and their parents over
these strange, exciting years. The companion volume for girls, What's Happening
to My Body? Book for Girls is a must-read as well. (Ages 8 to 15) --Emilie
Goteborg, stadsbibliothek, exhibition
from an exhibition of modern sculpture in the
library in October of 1999 ; unfortunately I can not remember the sculptor's
The Boys We Are To The Men We Want To Be.
manhood is in a state of transistion. From A Project About 'New Macho'
boys erections puberty
A woody is an upredictable thing!
twelve, Noah finds he can't control what his woody does. It pops up at the most
embarrassing moments! His friends, Josh and Kevin, don't seem to struggle with
these problems nearly as much as Noah. If it wasn't for gym class, the shower,
or when a girl walks by, Noah could pretty much hangle things. But since there
are girls in almost all his classes and a really sexy teacher too, he isn't
managing as well as he'd like.
Noah is determined to learn how to get his
erections under control without asking his mom!