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Janette Hill, 72, who also lives in the street added: “We just don’t take any notice. You get people stopping at the top and taking pictures of the road sign but it doesn’t bother me.” Payne, Kimberley; Thaler, Lea; Kukkonen, Tuuli; Carrier, Serge; Binik, Yitzchak (May 2007). "Sensation and Sexual Arousal in Circumcised and Uncircumcised Men". Journal of Sexual Medicine. 4 (3): 667–674. doi: 10.1111/j.1743-6109.2007.00471.x. PMID 17419812. A BRITISH holidaymaker on the party strip of Kavos has made the decision to get the word ‘b***end’ tattooed on his rear end.
However, with an embarrassing street name causing such a big difference in a property’s value, it seems there are bargains to be had for those who don’t mind a bit of innuendo.”Mervyn Griffiths (2 December 2012). The Biology of the Monotremes. Elsevier Science. ISBN 978-0-323-15331-7.
On 13 November 2022, Remembrance Sunday, the chimes of Big Ben returned to regular service for the first time since August 2017, preceding the hour bell being sounded at 11:00 a.m. local time, the first hour strike marking the beginning of two minutes of silence.  Cultural significance A London-themed Paddington Bear statue, featuring Big Ben, located outside the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square in 2014 Elizabeth Tower decorative shields: before and during the conservation". UK Parliament . Retrieved 21 January 2021.The glans and the frenulum are innervated by the bilateral dorsal nerve of the penis and the perineal nerve, both divisions of the pudendal nerve.  Branches of the dorsal nerve extend through the glans ventrolaterally displaying a three-dimensional innervation pattern.   The main branches form smaller bundles of nerves that expand outwards into the tissue of the glans.  The rich innervation of the glans penis reveals its function as a primary anatomical source of male sexual pleasure.    Yang & Bradley argue; "the distinct pattern of innervation of the glans emphasizes its role as a sensory structure".  While Yang & Bradley's (1998) report "showed no areas in the glans to be more densely innervated than others.",  Halata & Munger (1986) report that the density of several nerve terminals is greatest in the corona glandis. 
The glans penis develops as the terminal end of the genital tubercle during the embryonic development of the male fetus. The tubercle is present in the embryos of both sexes as an outgrowth in the caudal region that later develops into a primordial phallus. Exposure to male hormones ( androgens) initiates the tubercle's development into a penis making the glans penis anatomically homologous to the clitoral glans in females.   The glans is more commonly known as the "head" or the "tip" of the penis, and colloquially referred to in British English as the “bellend”. The medical name comes from the Latin words glans ("acorn") and penis ("of the penis"). Bradley, R.D.; Schmidley, D.J. (1987). "The glans penes and bacula in Latin American taxa of the Peromyscus boylii group". Journal of Mammalogy. 68 (3): 595–615. doi: 10.2307/1381595. JSTOR 1381595. Clement, Pierre; Giuliano, Francois (2015). "3 - Anatomy and physiology of genital organs – men". Handbook of Clinical Neurology. Vol.130. Elsevier. pp.19–37. doi: 10.1016/B978-0-444-63247-0.00003-1. ISBN 978-0-444-63247-0. ISSN 0072-9752. PMID 26003237. Archived from the original on 2020-10-17 . Retrieved 2022-10-30.Big Ben rings in Olympic Morning". ITV News. 27 July 2012. Archived from the original on 19 December 2021 . Retrieved 10 April 2018– via YouTube. Bells Great Bell The second "Big Ben" (centre) and the Quarter Bells from The Illustrated News of the World, 4 December 1858 Big Ben NeedaProperty.com boss Scott Green said: “Whilst living in a street with a rude name might be a fun conversation starter or source of dinner party banter, it might not be so good when it comes to selling your house.