I'm not playing word games. I'm afraid you just don't have a very good understanding of your own penis. The penis has multiple working components that allow it to function as both a sexual organ and to dispose of certain types of waste. Other than the manner of expulsion, however, the two have no relation to each other. The anus is purely a waste disposal unit. Back to my original point. Urine and semen do not come from the same place. The testicles produce sperm, which matures in the epididymis and then moves through the vas deferens to the prostate gland. Then the seminal vesicles, along with the prostate gland, add fluid to sperm to make semen. Semen is then expelled through the urethra, that is true. During ejaculation, semen is passed through the same tube as urine, but the body prevents the two liquids from ever coming into contact. As the erection begins, a cleansing liquid is released from the penis, which lubricates and removes any traces of sperm-harming acid which may be left behind after urination. Next, the bladder is physically locked, making it impossible to urinate during an erection. As for urine, it is stored in the bladder. It has nothing to do with sexual reproduction. Though the penis is capable of disposing of waste, it is not a waste disposal unit during sexual intercourse. It was designed to and functions as a sexual organ. The anus was not and does not.