An Introduction to Your Penis

balls
shaft
outer foreskin
inner foreskin
colonal sumlcus
urinary meatus
glans
freleum
corona ridge
frenar band

An Introduction to Your Penis Q = A

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CAN ANYONE EXPLAIN THE DIFFERENCED BETWEEN YOUR INNER AND OUTER FORESKIN? AFTER A MAN HAS BEEN CIRCUMCISED WOULD BE LEFT WITH EITHER? PLEASE LEAVE A REPLY BELOW

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  1. CAN ANYONE EXPLAIN THE DIFFERENCED BETWEEN YOUR INNER AND OUTER FORESKIN? AFTER A MAN HAS BEEN CIRCUMCISED WOULD BE LEFT WITH EITHER?
    PLEASE LEAVE A REPLY BELOW

    1. The outer foreskin begins where you can see/feel the corona of your glans beneath the skin. From there to the tip of your foreskin is ‘outer’. From the tip back the tissue transitions under itself and comes into contact of the glans back to the sulcus, where it joins the corona and is technically mucosa, moist tissue similar to the inside of the lips or eyelids. The inner foreskin is actually not like outer ‘skin’ at all but highly vascular tissue that has blood vessels very close to the surface and evolved to be moist and ‘inner’ tissue, which the glans and inner ‘foreskin’ is meant to be. Note: where the tip of the outer foreskin transitions, folds under itself, into inner foreskin(mucosa) contains the Ridged Band that contains 10-12 ‘ridges’ of highly sensitive nerve bundles, similarly found in the frenulum that roll over each other with movement and provoke the optimal sensations that drive us towards the most rewarding orgasms and sensations. These nerve bundles detect heat, pressure, fine touch, stretching and movement combined(the glans only heat, pressure and pain). A man’s body has a dense collection of different sexual sensation and they are overwhelmingly located in a man’s foreskin- especially the frenulum and Ridged Band.

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