Thursday, July 19, 2012

Head Health


So, I've been contemplating this since my wife came home and brought it up. A guy she works with - and don't ask me how she gets into these kinds of discussions with male co-workers! maybe because she's not embarrassed by the functioning of dick - this guy told her he was attempting foreskin restoration. She asked if it was for aesthetic purposes (for looks). Nope. He said it was because the head of his dick had lost all sensitivity - it takes him hours (he says, literally) of continuous stimulation to cum.



Well, you know me... I had to offer up my solution. I'm assuming she went back to him with the information.



We cut guys face a challenge, we certainly do. One that our uncut brothers don't: The head of the [cut] cock is exposed at all times. Contact with clothing soaks up all the natural oils produced by the two teensy, teensy glands on the shaft (just below the head, on the top side). The constant rubbing against material causes callous buildup - just like with any other skin.




Here's my question for you guys:

If there was an over-the-counter remedy which would, over a 3 to 6 week period, soften and remove the callous and restore and maintain the sensitivity to the head of your cock - would you buy it?

11 comments:

Baldy said...

Yes I definitely would by it - and, in addition I am actively restoring my foreskin. I've been working on it for nearly 2 years and it's progressing fine. It will voluntarily "roll over" the glans if I am completely flaccid, but, then when I see it, it's erotic to me and I instantly begin to get an erection.
I have regained a lot of sensitivity, but I'm sure that there is more to come (pun - yes, that too).

LORDPATRICK said...

I'm in my late 70s and I was cut at the age of seven! I have never lacked sensitivity on the head of my cock, even now. And the area just below the head is very sensitive. Maybe because mine was a very minimal cut and I still have some foreskin.

Anonymous said...

I would be wary of having all that sensitivity without also having a foreskin for protection. As it is, my cut cock can get extremely sensitive during sex, whereas sometimes I have to stop oral sex.

John said...

I've always wanted more sensitivity and as I get older I can tell it's less. I tried a few months of foreskin restoration and it was a slow and uncomfortable process. I even researched surgery for restoration as well as daily applications of lotions and Vitamin E with no great results, but I'd definitely buy the remedy. When are you bringing it to market. :)

rdujetz said...

Sure,why the heck not ??

O!Daddie said...

Since I didnt have a choice in the matter, I am now on my 62nd year with a hoodless cock and in all honesty, I dont miss what I never had.

Knock on wood (punny) everything still works relatively well. Have always been complimented on my never premature ejaculations, so maybe a little desensitizing aint such a bad thing. :>)~

harry said...

Are you kidding? Abso-fucking-lutely!

txboyalone said...

I have been circumcised for 58 years and never had that problem. Try wearing silk underwear. No problem here.

John said...

Yes, I would buy the remedy. I was circumcised at birth and regret it. But I don't see the point of foreskin restoration. Yes, you can strtch regular skin from your penis shaft so it extends over the head of your penis; but it will never have he lining, the nerve endings, glands or muscle ringgs that an original foreskin has.

Robert Grondin said...

Vitamine E applied everyday for 2 weeks increases the sensitivity.

Robert Grondin said...

Vitamine E applied everyday for 2 weeks increases the sensitivity.