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Or you may think you are ‘intersex’ – where your sex organs don’t fit typical male or female characteristics.
If you are experiencing any of these, you may find the information on the Advocates for Youth site, the AIS-DSD intersex support group, and the Inter ACT Youth site useful.
Ejaculations are the way your body pushes out semen (sperm and other fluids) through your penis.
If the sperm in the semen meets a girl’s egg (following sex) it can fertilise the egg to create a pregnancy.
With the right knowledge you can stay healthy and make the right choices for you.
It can be exciting to start developing new emotions and feelings, but it may sometimes bring sad thoughts and feelings too.
During puberty your vagina changes and starts to produce a clear or milky liquid called discharge.
Or you may feel you don't fit into the confines of being exclusively male or female (non-binary).
As well as physical changes during puberty you may also start to have sexual feelings and notice your moods and emotions changing, too. Your first signs of puberty may also be different from your friends’.
There is no set age for puberty so try not to worry if your body changes earlier or later than your friends’. One of the main physical changes of puberty is the growth and development of the sex organs – used to have sex and make babies.
Sometimes one testicle grows faster than the other, and it is natural for one to hang lower than the other.
It’s usual to start getting more erections – when your penis temporarily grows and hardens – at odd times, often when you aren’t thinking about sex.
Remember that sex must always be with your consent and you should never feel pressured into doing anything that you don’t want to.