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Frenulum Length and Premature Ejaculation

Posted by PRS on December 2nd, 2011

Penis FrenulumThere are many reasons why a man may ejaculate prematurely. Sometimes it can be attributed to a mental response such as becoming excited too quickly and losing control, while other times it may be due to a biological condition. New evidence suggests that an individuals physiology may also play a role in premature ejaculation. One specific element of penile anatomy in particular, the frenulum, may be directly linked to the occurrence of premature ejaculation in some men.

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Advanced Penile Measuring Device

Posted by PRS on August 27th, 2010

Penile Volumetric DeviceMen have probably been measuring their penises for as long as measuring instruments have existed. There's just some sort of uncontrollable curiosity which compels us to discover the exact dimensions of our penis. While it's easy enough to determine penile length and width using a ruler or measuring tape, some believe that these methods are simply too imprecise. One man in particular, who comes into the spotlight in a rather unconventional manner, has come up with his own design which he feels will revolutionize the practice of penis measuring.

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The Perfect Penis Size

Posted by PRS on June 11th, 2010

Inspecting Perfect PenisThe human penis comes in all shapes and sizes. There are penises that are short, long, skinny, fat and everything else in between. Some penises appear small when flaccid (soft) but grow tremendously in size when erect. Others may already look large without being erect but really don't seem to change all that much when they become hard. With all these different variations, one question still remains: Is there such a thing as a perfect or ideal penis size? Some feel the answer to that question can be found using a simple bit of math.

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Biological Mechanism for Penile Stretching and Growth

Posted by PRS on December 24th, 2009

Cells DividingModern methods for naturally increasing the size of the penis commonly involve some type of physical manipulation. In some cases this might take the form of manual stretching such as when performing specific penis exercises. Other times a device such as a penis extender is employed to generate a static and prolonged stretch of the fine penile tissue. In either instance, a palpable force is necessary to initiate the growth response that creates the increase in penis size. Here we'll look at the biological mechanisms behind those techniques that actually enables natural penis enlargement to occur.

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The Link Between Confidence, Attraction and Scent

Posted by PRS on September 24th, 2009

Woman Smelling ManOne of the primary benefits touted by natural penis enlargement systems, aside from the obvious one of increased size, is that of a reported boost in self-confidence. While it may seem a foregone conclusion that a man with a larger penis will exhibit greater confidence levels thereby improving his odds of mating success, the way in which a man outwardly portrays himself is really just one component in determining overall sexual attractiveness. Far less obvious than visual cues but equally significant, the scent a man exudes has also been shown to play a role in how he is perceived by potential mates.

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The Length of Time Between Ejaculations

Posted by PRS on August 7th, 2009

Man Checking TimeHow long does it take a man to recover after ejaculating before he is ready and/or able to ejaculate again? While there is no absolute answer to that question, there are a number of determining factors that directly influence the length of time necessary between successive ejaculations. In this article we'll examine what some of those factors are and possible ways to improve the sexual experience by reducing that period of recovery.

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Male Erogenous Zones and Genital Sensitivity

Posted by PRS on April 17th, 2009

erotic sensitivity studyThe male body contains many sexually sensitive areas, or erogenous zones, that serve to stimulate the sex drive and enhance pleasure. While the amount of pleasure experienced with the stimulation of each area varies from one man to the next, there are certain locations on the body that tend to rank higher than others in terms of overall sexual satisfaction. One recent study published in the British Journal of Urology attempts to gauge the amount of genital sensitivity experienced by men in order to rank these specific erogenous zones.

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