The vas deferens and the perineum (Might be rated R)
The Perineum is the muscle and tissue between the vagina and the anus. This is what is cut in an episiotomy, and may be massaged before and during labor to help it to stretch.
The Vas deferens is the sperm carrying tube that travels upward inside the spermatic cord until it reaches the urethra. A vasectomy is the removal of a small section of each vas deferens to stop the passage of sperm.
Taint: aka the perineum - the area between the genitals and anus, male or female, although the term is said to orginate from the saying "It t'aint pu$$y and t'aint a$$..."
Tots: aka the Tubes that get cut when you have a vasectomy. "Dude, I'm having a party tonight, they're cutting my tots in the morning, so I can stop making babies."
There is no point to my posting this. A frind of mine had his Tots cut recently and I will be seeing him tomorrow. He and his wife have 3 kids. My wife and I have 2 and I'm thinking of cutting the tots soon. I do know that if we had a 3rd kid, I'd be visiting the Dr. the next day.
I apologize for the picture and the topic, but that's whats on my mind this evening.