It should be mentioned that for a few days after conception, we are basically female in form, and that the raphe is where the two sides are fused, as the male develops in utero. That fusion doesn't happen to females, which is why their genitals retain that original separation, as a genital slit.
Years ago a fellow crashed at our house after a party. Next morning, when I got up to take a piss, he was stretched out on the living room sofa with a woody the size of which I had never seen. Later, I got him to let me measure the damned thing, as it just wouldn't go down. Though he laughed at us, he seemed rather proud .. delighted, even, to show what he had.
No more no less. He was like 21 years old, rather short, and kinda pudgy.
Yes, my cousin suffered through the same operation, and many of the same symptoms. He successfully uses viagra to obtain an erection, though I understand Levitra permits a longer window, so that intercourse doesn't have to follow immediately.
Such medications do have side effects ... a friend said that he took Levitra one night, and had great sex, but that the next morning, while masturbating alone, he experienced bleeding from his nose. Viagra, Cialis, Levitra ... all should be taken only with approval of a fellow's doctor.
The pills are damned expensive, too. One a day would cost a fortune.
If I'm especially horny, it only takes a few minutes, like 5-10, but when I'm edging, I like to go 3-4 hours.
With the aid of an adult video ... well, most of them are pretty awful, so you have to wait for that one good moment, when your head coincides with the on-screen action. Sometimes it catches you unawares, and you climax almost before being aware that it's coming.
On occasion I will watch a video of this big, handsome, healthy, muscular fellow balling a pleasant enough lady, but it's only towards the end, when he begins to react excitedly, through more and more swiftly paced grunts and moans, to the increasingly exquisite feelings in his penis, and to the growing inevitability of having an orgasm that I, too, begin to go over the edge.
Because the camera is a bit behind and below the fellow, the viewer is almost completely unaware of the woman, except that we can see her vaginal sphincter slipping smoothly back and forth over his rather large penis, as it thrusts in and out.
Needless to say, we usually climax together, and it is strangely satisfying.
One of the characteristics of the intact penis is that it promises a moist, shiny glans. Anatomically, the glans and its foreskin are similar to the eye and its eyelid. We "blink" to moisten the eyeball. A dry eyeball would be painful, and it would drive us crazy. With that in mind, why should anyone worry about having a moist glans? I would be worried if mine were dry.
Also, when washing the penis, intact men need to be very careful not to employ soaps, as they tend to kill the protective bacteria which live beneath the foreskin. If the bacteria are killed, medical help will be needed to rid the area of harmful bacteria, otherwise harmful infections can occur.
Wash only with clear, clean water.
korydonOriginally Posted By: air23
I am intact. I recently had sex with my girlfriend for the first time. I must have done something wrong with putting the condom on. I pulled my 4skin back before putting the condom on, and then rolled the condom on.
My skin rolled back during sex. Should we try it where I don't pull the 4skin back? I can pull it down pretty far when I am hard. I just need help and know this is the place to go. so thanks =)
Air ... Ineligible is correct ... the foreskin is designed to move back and forth during intercourse. Some men retract the foreskin, then slip on a condom, but let the foreskin AND the condom return over the glans, before pulling the rest of the condom down over the shaft. That allows the foreskin to move freely during intercourse.
It's not quite normal to have the foreskin permanently splayed back, along the shaft, during intercourse. Nor during masturbation, for that matter. You want the foreskin to move rhymically back and forth over the glans, which action is highly pleasurable, as the nerves in the inner foreskin interact with the nerves in the corona of the glans.
Ideally, the vaginal sphincter should push the foreskin off the glans upon entry, then pull the foreskin back over the glans on the outstroke. This maneuver helps conserve vaginal moisture, which helps make intercourse so very pleasurable ... for both the man and the woman.
korydonOriginally Posted By: LuvMyCats
I can't really tell if I'm circumcised or not. It's almost like I half am, but half not, because normally, I can see the head without me pulling anything back, but I have skin to pull back, and enough to pull over the head, whereas if your c-cised, you can't?
So, the question is, anyone know what I am really? Because it doesn't REALLY matter too much to me, but I was just wondering.
LuvMyCats ... the acid test is to pull your foreskin back and search for your frenum and Taylor's ridged bands. Invariably these important anatomical features of the intact penis are removed during circumcision, which is unfortunate, as they are the most sensitive part of a man's body.
The photos on this link show some of the variations. Know that the ridged bands are quite small, but they circle around the opening of the normal foreskin, and they splay out, somewhat, during retraction.
korydonOriginally Posted By: questionableHi,
I am able to retract the foreskin over my head when I'm erect, but it only goes as far as the base of the head.(It will stay there without going back over the head) Should I just keep practicing my stretching while erect so that I am able to retract further down the shaft? Or is this okay. This is to do with my frenulum length, right?
I want to know because I am getting to the point where I might start having sexual relations,etc.
Thank you for any help on this,
Hmmm...well, not quite all there is to it. The foreskin should be loose enough so that it will move back and forth during intercourse, which action helps preserve vaginal moisture. Natural vaginal lubricants tend to evaporate on the outstroke, when the penis is circumcised, or when the foreskin always remains retracted.
Ideally, the vaginal sphincter should retract the foreskin upon entry, then pull the foreskin back over the glans on the outstroke.
If your frenum is too short to facilitate free movement, you should "stretch" it, too. The exercise is simple. With your fingers, pull gently but firmly outward on the underside of your foreskin. Hold that stretch for up to five minutes. Do this exercise at least twice every day. Here's a photo demonstrating the procedure. http://www.foreskin.org/46-33-04.jpg.
If you need to increase the diameter of your foreskin, pull out, top and bottom, inserting a finger or two if you can, as though you are opening a sack. Again, hold the stretch for up to five minutes, twice a day. Here's another illustration: http://www.foreskin.org/46-33-03.jpg
A helpful site for these problems can be found here: http://www.network54.com/Forum/244184
Hmmm...I the 04 photo doesn't seem to open. You might try going to the main site: http://www.foreskin.org/ and scrolling down to the photo in question: Number 4 of 33.