So i was just reading a thread in the archive and it was about retracting the prepuce. i was just wonderign can they still have it retracted when erect? I know that in some cases it can cut off circulation. If this is possible what does it look like? I know that sound kinda weird but all i can invision is a penis with bunched up skin on the shaft. Idk this is my bordem on saturday nights
How does that work?
Christine & AJ
December 6, 2004
Originally Posted By: RadecklAn erection is not dependent on the foreskin retracting, but a properly working foreskin will/can retract on erection. Not to twist whiskers but there is no such think as a properly working foreskin. In that everyone's foreskin is different :).As to Christy, honestly "foreskin" doesn't always cover the entire head of the penis. So if you can see the head with no blood going to it, it would probably look white(rather without normal color.) But if the foreskin covers the head, the male would probably feel pressure, or pain of somekind(probably a prickly..no pun intended, needle feelilng). but as to the original question..Some can be retracted when erect, some cannot, and as stated by Rad, some will automatically as the penis becomes erect!
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If this is possible what does it look like? It's supposed to be retracted when erect. What does it look like? Depending on loosness and more so on teh lenght and position of the frenulum, it looks like a circumcised penis. If the frenulum is short or high on the head, there may be a some bunching of the forskin behind the head. Then there are some who due to lack of retraction when younger or due to physical limitations can't retract when erect.. and in bad cases even when flaccid.Did you see the picture of retraction in the Male Anatomy thread above?