Point 1 - GROWER VERSUS SHOWER
A big, flaccid penis doesn’t necessarily mean a large erect one. It all depends on blood flow. While one may look good in the locker room, the one that is fully engorged in the bedroom is usually more impressive. A penis that gains very little size when erect is called a “shower”... it shows well but doesn’t grow very much…
On the other hand, when a penis is flaccid but shows a lot of wrinkles in that state it has the potential to increase amazingly in size, if only there were a way to increase the blood flowing through that system and increase erection size.
Point 2 - A CUT BELOW
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), only 30% of penises are circumcised worldwide. Roughly 2/3’s of that number is made up by (practically all) Jews and Muslims who circumcise their children as part of their religious beliefs. In the United States, more than half of all male babies are circumcised but that percentage is actually down from about 63% in 1999. Considering the long held belief that circumcision cuts down on the instances of sexually transmitted diseases from male to female as well as the belief that prostate cancer is reduced because of circumcision, there is still obviously a growing stigma against it, if the actual percentage has gone down.
Point 3 – THE PENIS HABITAT
If the human body is an ecosystem based on different life forms such as bacteria living in and on it, the penile area would be considered the rain forest. The only part of the body to match it is the oral cavity (interesting!) There seem to be about 42 different and unique bacteria which live in and about the penis habitat. Circumcision does reduce that number though.
Point 4 – MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE… AND THEIGH
Generally speaking, half your penis is under your skin. That’s right! Think of your penis as a tree (which many men do already) and you can envision that your penis has a root under the skin which is roughly about the size of the penis itself.
Point 5 – THE UNDERBELLY FEELS BETTER
The most sensitive part of the penis is generally the underside of the shaft – this according to Britain’s Journal of Medicine in 2009. To fill out the list, this is followed by the upper shaft area, left glans, then right glans, and scrotum.
Point 6 – USE IT OR LOSE IT!
To help maintain a healthy penis, both smooth skin and the significantly oblong shape, one has to USE it by sending oxygen enriched blood to the area, but here’s the kicker… if they do not use the penis enough and exercise it one way or the other…. It will get shorter. So do not neglect it.
Make the most of what you were blessed with. Get hard and get healthy
- 1. http://www.who.int/hiv/pub/malecircumcision/who_mc_local_anaesthesia.pdf
- 2. http://men.webmd.com/guide/8-things-you-did-not-know-about-your-penis?page=2