Why do men have nipples?

rh71

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well without nipples, it would be pointless. :D

BTW, I'm no bio/anatomy major, but I think I read (or was it heard) the woman's vaginal area is the beginnings of a penis... so ... I guess we're even.
 

djheater

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All mammals have mammaries n00b.

Yes it's true that the proto-genitalia of males and females are identical.

You have all the same parts as us and vice versa... for example the fables G-dpot corresponds with the prostrate.... personally I'd rather have the G-spot.. but that's the way the :cookie: crumbles.
 

Supertastic Fool

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strangly enough a man can actually breast feed, I don't know how you go about getting to the point where you produce milk but...
 

RagingBITCH

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Originally posted by: sm8000
Because the nipples are formed on the fetus before the sex is determined.

Someone had to come in here with the actual answer and ruin the fun!

My last sig-o liked sucking on them. Maybe it's because I'm buff though :cookie:
 

Shawn

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Because all people start out as females. It's the Y chromosome that instructs a penis to develop.
 

Steve

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Originally posted by: RagingBITCH
Originally posted by: sm8000
Because the nipples are formed on the fetus before the sex is determined.

Someone had to come in here with the actual answer and ruin the fun!

My last sig-o liked sucking on them. Maybe it's because I'm buff though :cookie:

Do I get a cookie?

Supercharged, I thought all fetuses (feti?) began as neither female nor male, just sexless?