New Year's Resolution (finally!)
I resolve to NOT cause any more scars to any one for any reason. It’s not fair and it is not humane. It is bullying.
My heart goes out to baby Fred from Texas who did...
itisourtimenow: This is why I’m an intactavist. :”(
Dartos fascia (click for Wikipedia article) →
uncutting: The dartos is a layer of tissue beneath the scrotum and the labia majora. Here of course, I’ll focus on that of the scrotum. The dartos is responsible for the expanding and contracting scrotal skin tends to do, and this helps regulate temperature (which of course, is important for sperm production). It works in conjunction with the cremaster muscle, which elevates and lowers the...
Meatus (click for Wikipedia article) →
uncutting: The meatus is the external urinary orifice at the end of the urethra. In layman’s terms, the “pee hole.” The meatus exists on the vulva too, but here we’ll deal with it as it pertains to the penis. The meatus is a little slit, usually surrounded on each side by tiny lip-like flaps. Sometimes it’s congenitally placed lower on the glans or even shaft, in a condition known hypospadias....
Ridged band (click for Wikipedia article) →
uncutting: The ridged band is a highly-sensitive portion of the foreskin, characterized by some slight wrinkling. It is theorized that the purpose of the ridged band is to help trigger sexual reflexes. Sadly, this skin is mostly or completely removed by circumcision.
Frenular delta (click for Wikipedia article) →
uncutting: The frenular delta is the little triangle where the frenulum meets the glans. It tends to be a highly sexually sensitive spot, even in cases where the frenulum has been completely removed. Remember that next time you perform oral sex on a penis, if that applies to you.
Raphe (click for Wikipedia article) →
uncutting: The raphe is a visible seam that extends from the anus across the perineum, and in men, continues up the scrotum and sometimes the penile shaft. The raphe is a result of fetal development, in which the scrotum is basically formed to labia closing up and fusing together. The prominence of the raphe varies heavily from person to person. Often, the raphe is not visible along the penis...
Frenulum (click for Wikipedia article) →
uncutting: The frenulum of the penis is a small strip of skin that connects the underside of the glans to the foreskin. Some colloquially call it a “banjo string.” Many people with a fully or partially intact frenulum say it is one of the most (if not THE most) sexually sensitive part of their penis. Sadly, most styles of circumcision remove part of all of the frenulum. Aside from pleasure,...
Corona (click for Wikipedia article) →
uncutting: The corona is the rim of the glans, and tends to be more sexually sensitive than the rest of the head. On some people, pearly penile papules are present on the corona. Don’t mistake them for some kind of STD, they’re merely a harmless anatomical variation.
Glans penis (click for Wikipedia article) →
uncutting: This is the fancy anatomical term for the head of the penis. Except it’s really not all that fancy; in fact I’d say it’s one of the more well-known anatomical terms. Anatomically, it’s homologous to the clitoris. The glans should be fairly sexually sensitive, though less so after circumcision, in which it dries out and develops a layer of keratin. (Bafflingly, one study linked on...
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I have been restoring for a little over 7 years
Restored years ago
Received from Mike: I first tried restoration back in 1997…using a T-Tape method which I modified. I did it over the summer months from about July to the end of September when I was wearing shorts a lot. I typically used a neck lanyard during the day and at night I strapped in the opposite direction. I was a little discouraged at first because every post said it would take at least a year....
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