Maybe this goes in cycles, but lately there seem to be lots of posts where guys are unsure of what to call the head of the penis. It's glans, and it's singular (more properly, glans penis, Latin for "acorn of the penis"). The plural is glandes. Lots of guys write "gland" or "glands", as in "stroking my glands", which is something else altogether. In fact, there are no glands on the glans. Some seem ambivalent about the "s" on the end of a singular word, and write "glan". I've even seen guys write about "the shape of my glance" (and penus)!!!. But we seem to get by OK with most other singular words that end in -s, except some people get tripped up by "series" and "species" -- these words are both singular and plural; i.e., there is no "serie" or "specie". Germans just call it an acorn. Spanish speakers might use capullo (cocoon), which depending on context can mean the glans or the foreskin, as most guys have both. Brits talk about their knob, but it's never quite clear whether they mean the knob-like head or the whole 8 inches. For whatever reason, Americans seem doomed by the use of a Latin word to refer to the cockhead. Is this not covered in Sex Ed classes anymore?