As a female, I honestly don’t know much about a penis, other than the obvious. When it comes down to the biology and science of penises, then I’m at loss for words. From some research however, I can say that I know a few things about the topic now. For one, erections are like snowflakes — no two are alike .
For those who may not know (because you live under a rock) a boner, or erection, occurs when blood flow to the penis is increased, causing it to become hard and engorged. This is typically due to sexual arousal (physical or mental), although boners can occur for other reasons.
One of the things a female mind often thinks about is whether an erection hurts or not, because obviously we wouldn’t know. And I will be very happy to report that I do have an answer to that question.
Basically, yes, they’re called pee boners. It’s a reflex action wherein your body actually goes into boner mode when the urge to urinate is intense in an attempt to stop a guy from pissing themselves involuntarily.
Apparently, a guy literally cannot urinate when fully erect. Their body actually contracts muscles within the penis during a boner. It’s specifically to prevent them from peeing during intercourse/orgasm. Only one thing can come out of their dicks at a time. When they pee and it burns, they’re no longer fully erect, and the muscles have relaxed somewhat but are still considerably tense Ouch!
Recently a Facebooker came out to ask the same question.
Kenyan Facebookers were quick with their various answers to the questions.