Cremaster: a stout spine, process or hooked area at the hind end of pupae in Lepidoptera.
"Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology" by John. B. Smith
The cremaster muscle manifests itself as being a part of the internal oblique, viewing this in its totality.
"Surgical Anatomy" by Joseph Maclise
Matthew Barney and Richard Flood discuss the Cremaster cycle (Part 2 of 5).
Named for the muscle that turns your nutsack into a walnut when it gets cold, The Cremaster Cycle swings the biggest dick in contemporary art.
To watch Matthew Barney's entire six-hour-and-thirty-seven-minute Cremaster Cycle (also previewed by Alex Miokovic and Heidi Nickisher on page 18) over the course of one evening after being told it was a virtually impossible task.