Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Penis Facts!

How much do us ladies really know about penis? We know what they look like,  how they feel and many cases  how they taste, but how much do we really know about male genitalia. Here's a list of some penis facts, some from my brain, and some from good old
  • Two types of penis There are two types of penises. One kind expands and lengthens when becoming erect (a grower). The other appears big most of the time, but doesn't get much bigger after achieving erection (a shower). 79% of men are said to be growers, so let's not judge size until they're at attention
  • Size matters-Turns out size does matter: The longer your penis, the better "semen displacement" you'll achieve when having sex with a woman flush with competing sperm. That's according to researchers at the State University of New York, who used artificial phalluses (ahem) to test the "scooping" mechanism of the penis's coronal ridge. Next up: curing cancer.
  • Big poppa-The biggest erect penis ever recorded was 13.5 inches. Researchers estimate that fewer than 5,000 men on earth have a penis 11 inches or larger.
  •  Fetuses can have erections-In case you missed that, that’d be a fetus with an erection, or, an erection inside your pregnant belly.
  • Foreskin vs. no foreskin  The simple difference between a circumcised and uncircumcised penis is a thin layer of skin, the foreskin, which is highly sensitive and surrounds the end of the uncircumcised penis like a sleeve. When erect, an uncircumcised man’s foreskin generally retracts over the shaft, exposing the head of the penis and looking very similar to a circumcised penis. During intercourse, oral sex, and masturbation, the retracted foreskin acts like a lubricant or a sleeve. As the penis thrusts, it glides on its own bedding of movable skin, which minimizes friction. A circumcised penis, which has had the foreskin surgically removed, may need additional lubrication for both partners to experience pleasure. Because of this, some people prefer uncircumcised partner. Also penises with foreskin can be more sensitive because the male penis loses hundreds of nerves when removed
  •  Circumcised penis transmits less std's which is great, but I would assume you are using condoms and getting tested before unprotected sex. It is believed that the for skin gives disease causing viruses and bacteria a warm moist place to hide, but I'm guessing if he washes his penis regularly this can be avoided.
  • Kellogg’s original purposeKellogg’s Corn Flakes and Graham Crackers were originally invented to suppress masturbation. Inventors Sylvester Graham and john Kellogg believed the problem of masturbating could be fixed by keeping body heat out of the penis, which they attributed to food intake.
  • Semen cures depression Apparently semen contains chemicals that elevate mood, increase affection, induce sleep, and contain at least three antidepressants. It also contains cortisol, which is known to increase affection; as well as estrone, which elevates mood; oxytocin, which also elevates mood; thyrotropin-releasing hormone, which is another antidepressant; melatonin, which is a sleep aid; and serotonin, which is a well-known antidepressant neurotransmitter.
  • Pleasure zones Head: This is most erogenous part of the penis and is extremely rich in nerve endings.
    Frenulum: The part of the head where the pleasure receptors are at their most concentrated, making it the most sensitive. 
    Rim: One of the most touch-receptive areas.
    Underside: The soft area on the underside of the penis is the equivalent of the female G Spot. A firm touch will produce intense pleasure. 
  • Vibrators Work on the Penis Too Vibrators aren't only for women. They work on the penis, too. In fact, vibration is so effective on the penis that often men with spinal cord injuries can ejaculate with the aid of a special medical vibrator. For this kind of treatment, the vibrator is usually held against the underside of the head of the penis. Although vibrators often help men with ejaculation problems, you don't have to have any kind of medical condition to use one. You could do it just for fun. 

By Queen, Twitter/Instagram @TheQueenSpeaks_

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