The photo used in this article is so blurry and distorted I'm not sure what it is supposed to be. Is there a better one we can use?DhaliaUnsung 15:56, 11 May 2009 (UTC)
Hrm I just realized I was asking for a better picture of genitals. If I want to see that I wouldn't come to MA :) Maybe there is a more appropriate photo that is better than a blur. For example, Kirk discussing puberty with Charlie X or where ever that discussion of genitals on the kneecap cap from or Phlox or The Doctor discussing mating rituals.DhaliaUnsung 19:43, 12 May 2009 (UTC)
It occured to me that we see the Ocampa giving birth out from their backs, does that mean their genitals, at least for a female, is in their backs? I guess that would be speculation, there is no reason to asume that the birth canal is also the same place where intercoarse happens, like in humans, but it might be worth noting that at least some female sex organs are in the back.Mtblillie 20:30, January 29, 2010 (UTC)
In males, the testes were very sensitive to pressure. A sharp blow to the organ could render males of Human and other species helpless.
- Was uncited. I'm guessing (correct me if I'm wrong) that this expanded on the next bit of text about the infamous TUC scene in which Kirk kicks an alien in the knee-genitals, but nothing was said there about testes (just genitals), nor was there generalization to males in general. -- Capricorn (talk) 20:30, July 17, 2017 (UTC)