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The Uncircumsized Penis and Female Pleasure

Posted by PRS on June 20th, 2008

comparison uncircumcised and circumcised penisResearch conducted by the British Journal of Urology seems to support that sexual pleasure experienced by females varies depending upon whether the male partner is circumcised or uncircumcised. In fact, compiled data strongly suggests that women tend to prefer vaginal intercourse with an anatomically complete penis over that with a circumcised penis. Fortunately for those of us who are 'non-anatomically complete' (i.e. circumcised), all hope is not lost. By understanding the mechanism and triggers behind sexual stimulation, we can actually learn from our uncut brethren new methods for increasing our partner's pleasure.

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Relationship between Penis Size and Body Geometry

Posted by PRS on May 20th, 2008

Body GeometryWhen it comes to the topic of penis size, there is no shortage of peculiar beliefs. One of the more popular is the notion of a direct relationship between the penis and the size of various other external appendages. For example, many believe that a man with large feet or hands must somehow be inherently well-endowed. But is there any truth to this assumption or is it merely just another myth contained within the annals of penis folklore?

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Commonly Asked Questions About Vasectomies

Posted by PRS on January 23rd, 2008

doctor consulting patientA vasectomy is a simple and highly effective surgical procedure that is performed with the purpose of making a man sterile. In other words, it takes away a man's ability to conceive children. While exact numbers are hard to come by, it has been estimated that some 50 million men worldwide have undergone this operation. Here we will look at some of the most commonly asked questions regarding vasectomies.

What Does A Vasectomy Do?

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Semen Enhancement for Pleasure and Health

Posted by PRS on January 15th, 2008

male sexual systemA healthy, abundant volume of ejaculate plays an important role in stimulating male pleasure. The greater the amount of fluid available for each orgasm, the longer each ejaculatory contraction takes and the stronger and more intense each contraction becomes. While this explains the reason why more and more men are using semen enhancement products, we should not overlook the sexual health benefits that these supplements provide.

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Taoist Teachings Regarding Ejaculation and the Prostate

Posted by PRS on December 20th, 2007

Male Anatomy and Prostate DiagramThe physical function of the prostate gland is ejaculation. Through stimulation of the penis, the prostate swells with fluids. These fluids contain nutrients, hormones and energy (bioelectrical energy know as Chi). These are the substance of the semen that acts as a carrier for the sperm that is produced in the testicles.

An average male ejaculation produces approximately one tablespoon of semen. The extremes in this instance can represent almost five times this amount (with the help of herbal semen volumizers) or considerable less than a tablespoon (possibly only a few drops).

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Testicular Vasocongestion and "Blue Balls"

Posted by PRS on October 25th, 2007

diagram of penisWhen a healthy man becomes sexually aroused, his body's nervous system sends a signal that starts the flow of blood to the genital tissues. When this happens, regional muscles contract to increase localized blood pressure and an erection is formed. This process, known as vasocongestion, normally ends once ejaculation is achieved and the penis returns to it's flaccid state. In cases when orgasm does not provide release, a condition sometimes called "blue balls" can occur.

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Natural Lateral Penis Leaning

Posted by PRS on August 30th, 2007

Anatomy drawing by Leonardo da VinciRecently a reader inquired about natural lateral leaning of the penis and the effect that traction devices would have on such a condition. While mechanical devices have shown to be greatly effective at correcting the penile retraction that results from peyronie's disease, Mike's question addressed an entirely different issue completely. That is, will such devices help to make the penis point more straightly forward when it's natural inclination is to lean left or rightwards?

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