Once you’re fully restored, there’s no need for a retainer :)
The same as my stance on non-religious circumcision. Not your body, not your choice. Religious belief is no excuse to cause bodily harm.
A handy chart about penises
Here’s my frenulum. It might only be a remnant; I’m not quite sure what the deal with it is. I’m lucky my circumcision didn’t *completely* remove it, but I suspect I may be missing some, as it’s less prominent than most intact frenulums I’ve seen. It’s also not as sensitive as most people with an intact frenulum claim theirs to be. But it still responds well to certain motions during oral sex, and I’m happy to have it, even if it might not be the whole thing I was born with. It’s still a valuable part of my body.
I would prefer that this not be reblogged. Thanks!
It may be easily fixed by using a special kind of cream and gentle daily stretching. It might need removal or minor surgery. Either way you need to see a doctor. It’s a very common issue so nothing to worry about!
Here’s some more info on non-circumcision treatments for a tight foreskin.
Supposedly diabetes increases the risk of phimosis and balanitis (inflammation of the glans), both of which are frequently treated with circumcision. So it’s probably one of those two.
It all boils down to ignorance and money. :/
the fact that we often refer to our own genitalia as “down there” and refuse to mention it by its actual name speaks volumes on how we really are afraid of our on anatomy
No worries, it’s an interesting question!
I occasionally get an erection while putting it on, but that’s about it. It’s not that I’m mentally aroused, but just the handling of the penis will sometimes trigger an erection. Sometimes the device will go on easily despite the erection, other times I wait for it to subside and try again.
Yeah, that would make sense. Urine and semen would be a terrible combination all around.