A Pictorial Guide to the Penis
This site is a pictorial guide to the penis in all its variations, both erect and soft. If you want to know what an uncircumcised penis looks like, there's a page focusing on the foreskin and circumcision.
Common problems, including some unusual angles of the erect penis and bends in the shaft or twists between head and shaft which you may consider to be a problem if your penis looks like that.
Find out the distribution of penises in each category of shape and size, angle of erection and so on.
Variations of penis size and shape are discussed in detail, and because many men never see another man's cock, you may well be surprised to find that the unusual or even the abnormal is actually quite common. We also explain average penis size.
We have a collection of photos of hypospadias and Peyronie's disease and indeed other problems or issues including curvature of erection in all directions, malapposition - twisting of the glans in relation to the shaft, and even penile shaft rotation.
The retractile penis, which can be so uncomfortable for men who have one, is shown in pictures, with some estimates of how common it is (quite common, actually!)
If your penis happens to be one of the ones that spends more time tucked away than on view, it may be reassuring to discover this is quite a common condition.
We have pictures of spots, lumps and bumps, we describe prominent veins, foreskin phimosis and circumcision botches, including the scar.
There is also a comprehensive page of other variations which can't easily be classified and a page on sexually transmitted diseases, which may give you a clue about what's wrong with your dick. If you suspect you may have a sexual infection, see a doctor.
We are always require more photographs to enhance and expand this collection, so don't hesitate to send us your picture if you think that would be useful. This may well help another man with the same problem.
We have a variety of websites available to help you learn about human sexuality, one of which is this one, where you can find plenty of information about sex and human sexuality. If you want to know more about female sexuality, this is very useful because it covers just about every area of sexual experience.
We think one of the best ways to get over them is to use a self help program: and one of the best is Ejaculation By Command by Lloyd Lester, which is a complete program to avoid premature ejaculation.
I wonder if you are aware of your own power?
One of the interesting things about life is that so few of us actually walk through it in a conscious fashion – we actually did a dream as we go through life, never experiencing the true magnificence and grandeur of the opportunities and possibilities open to us.
And one of the reasons for this is undoubtedly the fact that life has made many of us cynical, if not even bitter. But the point I want to get across to you is that if you can move from a place of cynicism to a place of gratitude and hope, then your experience of life is going to be magnificent, fulfilled, and satisfying.
What I do know is that manifestation by means of the law of attraction – for which we can roughly say "getting what you want by exerting your natural human power" – is a natural ability that we've had for generations, continue to have, although these days it's rarely used.
The Secret was almost ironic in the unfailingly positive expression of how the power of the human mind can manifest reality in the everyday world.
But I don't believe that material on attracting reality has to be swathed in dubious New Age language. You see, manifestation is a very respectable process, not esoteric, not mumbo-jumbo, but known for centuries and respected by common people and philosophers alike.
If you don't find out how it works, you are doing yourself a remarkable disservice! It can transform your life. In short, what I'm saying is this: if you are not experiencing the power of law of attraction in your everyday life, then you really need to shape up and discover for yourself the possibilities that are open to you in terms of transforming reality.
The man is ready for intercourse when he has a good erection and is fully aroused. The size of the penis during erection can be increased by pressure on the dorsal vein, which runs through the middle of the upper part.
However, if a man has delayed ejaculation (a male sexual dysfunction), then he may find that his slow or late climax needs more attention than can be given by a compassionate lover.
This issue of slow or late climax in men can be solved easily enough, in simple ways - such as increasing stimulation so he is more aroused - or by densitization.
This can be done by finger pressure at the base of the penis or deep penetration of the penis into the vagina, with pressure of the upper part of the base of the penis against the pubic bone of the woman.
The woman's readiness is harder to determine, but can usually be seen when she lubricates the external genitals and the entrance to the vagina.
This secretion marks the woman's physical readiness. It makes entrance easier and intensifies the sexual pleasure. By this time, the entire vulva is somewhat swollen and sensitive.
is in erection, although due to its small size, semi-concealed
position and, frequently, the fatty tissues of surrounding parts,
it may not be apparent.
Women who have experienced it tend to regard it as the highest possible form of sexual pleasure, women who haven't experienced it, or don't respond to G spot stimulation, might be wondering what all the fuss is about.
To start with what comes out of a woman when she experiences a squirting orgasm is definitely not urine.
And the fact that it might come out of the urethra, and the fact that experiments suggest it comes from the bladder, definitely don't disprove this.
Women who ejaculate say that what comes out is a fluid that is very different in taste and smell to urine, and although it seems unlikely that the volume of fluid squirted by some women can be produced by the prostatic tissue or Skene's Glands, the clear fact is that this liquid is not urine.
So what is it? The question remains unanswered, but there's no doubt something strange is going on that we don't fully understand yet.
A lot of women say they release fluid during orgasm, and many of them prefer to call it Amrita, the nectar of the goddess. Perhaps that is all we need to know.
Is every woman capable of ejaculation or squirting? Who knows – another mystery.
And we do need to make clear that female ejaculation is not the same as gushing or squirting.
The prostatic fluid released from the Skene's glands is a white and creamy fluid, whereas the gushing seen in porn films clearly involves the expulsion of large quantities of clear fluid.
Women can enjoy squirting or gushing, but there is a different mechanism going on here to the ejaculation of prostatic fluid. Probably.
And this raises the question of how two such different experiences can be caused by the same stimulation – that of the G spot.
Perhaps it is something to do with the intensity of stimulation.
If you look at women who squirt or gush, you can generally see that the stimulation applied is extremely forceful and lasts for a prolonged period of time.
Maybe the nerve cells around the G spot will produce a reflex expulsion of the large quantities of fluid we see in squirting or gushing if they receive prolonged hard stimulation.
A word of caution: what you see in porn is not representative of what you are going to experience in your own sexual relationship. Far from it.
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Updated September 21, 2016