Soft spot on Penis

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  1. Arenas66

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    I've always wondered what this was called. In the linked photo, you can see a ridge of skin going down the middle of the shaft, below the head. It's so sensitive, and feels great to touch. However, I rubbed my friend's penis (also circumcised) in the same spot, and he said it did not feel like anything.

    http://www.lpsg.org/members/arenas66/albums/..../527474-a.html
     
  2. aqua-illusion

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    I think you mean the Frenulum, it's usually intact for uncut men...and most circumcisions have that bit of skin removed so no it wouldn't feel the same on a cut man as it would an uncut man.
     
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    But both my friend and I are cut. How could he not feel a sensation, yet I could?
     
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    it is the frenulum
     
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    His circumcision severed the frenar nerve. Yours did not.
     
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    Yeah, I've had a couple of boyfriends who were cut, and for one of them the fenulum area still got him off, while for the other it was basically a dead zone. The latter guy was pretty upset about not having a frenulum. Glad to hear you're enjoying yours :)
     
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    Right,

    In a vast oversimplification, there are essentially two styles of circ.

    In one case they pretty much go straight around in a circle, and leave the frenulum behind.

    In the second, they also cut out the fenulum, which involves making a little wedge-shaped cut under the head.

    Although circed, I'm one of the lucky ones since I'm not only fairly loose, but the guy also left my frenulum.
     
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