I know this might sound freakier than the shooting tons of ejaculate thread, but bear with me. :tongue: I've realized that on my partially circed penis that "graces" the galleries here the side of the glans where the frenulum is (used to be in my case is not in 180 degrees, ie horizontal and level with the rest of the shaft, and by thinking about uncirced men I realised that is not the case with them where the frenulum pushes the penis downward and aligns it more or less with the shaft. Am I right in thinking that? Or maybe to men with other tighter circs the skin might be tight enough to pull to pull and align the glans. Now hypothetically I 've been told that the vagina is a big muscle that contracts around the penis and hence, it's a one size fits all and such details don't matter. Or do they? Because I get the impression that the lower sensitive part where the frenulum once was (that to me and to the vast majority I know and heard of is intensely pleasurable) is arching backward enough to not stimulate it sufficiently along the walls of the vagina. So all the penis guru's or just plain lp folk, what do you think, does that make sense. Would it make sense that by tightening the skin via a circ on the lower part that would restore the alignment, is the glans suppose to act this way, to follow the tension in the skin and thus reside where it is, or is it something I am missing out here. Thanks! Stay Hard, Al.