- Jul 19, 2004
- Asheville, NC, USA
Before this thread becomes banned by an overzealous moderator I would like a chance to defend my position for posting something like this.
This is a privately owned website and the webmaster may do whatever they please with all the content posted here, however I firmly believe that since this website claims to aim at helping males improve their lives, to be more successful with females, to sculpt their bodies for health, to develop a healthier mindset, the information I provide here will enhance the level of comfort and security with their male organ for every reader.
The penis is an incredible organ. It is used primarily for urination and reproduction. The penis is made up of three chambers of spongy tissue. These fill with blood during arousal and the penis increases in size and becomes erect. The urethra (a tube that runs through the penis) is used as a road for urine and semen to leave the body. Although the penis is not a muscle itself, the PC muscle controls a lot of what it does. In fact, a whole assortment of muscles in your pelvis can influence the penis and it’s behavior. Looking at the penis, there are two main aspects that one notices, there is the shaft, the long straight rod shaped part. And there is also the glans, which is the top, bell shaped, part of the penis. The glans (also called the head) of the penis is the most sensitive area, particularly the area on the underside of the penis, where the glans splits. Normally all males are born with a foreskin that surrounds the glans of the penis. Some boys are circumcised as babies and they lack a foreskin.
This thread will be split up into two parts. The first and largest part will deal with the sexual aspects of the penis. The second part will deal with the urinary/hygeine aspects and of the penis.