Or How I Spent a Year and a Half Restoring My Butchered Foreskin
by Rio Cruz
But I do digress. I wanted to tell you how I restored my foreskin. It's really pretty easy but requires perseverance, dedication and commitment to trying to rectify what our dim-bulb society and mutilating doctors have done. What you do is start out taping whatever skin you have left from your surgery over the glans. Now since most circumcised guys have next to no original foreskin left, that means pushing the head of your cock down into the shaft skin and taping over it. Obviously, you have to take certain measures and design the tape in such a way as to allow you to pee etc., but essentially you are covering the glans and then stretching the skin to form a new foreskin. After a few weeks you will feel a renewed sensitivity you never knew you were missing as the mucous membranes slough off the keratin tissue and begin to return to their almost normal and natural sensitivity. As you continue taping and later applying a certain amount of tension to the skin via weights and elastic straps, the skin begins to grow, ever so slowly, to recover the now much-more-sensitive glans and foreskin remnant. And after a while, not only do you regain much of the lost sensitivity of BC (Before Circumcision) but you have what to most observers is a natural, pristine-looking foreskin.
OK, OK, it will never be exactly like it would have been if the butchers hadn't gotten to it while you were still a wee babe and unable to ram their scalpel in their eye. Between 10,000 and 20,000 super-sensual nerve endings have been completely sliced off, never to be seen or felt again. This means that sexual pleasure has been greatly reduced which is what the procirc/anti-masturbation dorks wanted to happen in the first place.
Plus, much of the frenulum may have been cut off. The frenulum is a connecting membrane on the underside of the penis, similar to that beneath the tongue. It's function is to help draw the skin over the glans in order to keep everything nice and moist and warm and snugly. It is enormously rich in sensual nerve endings and erogenous pleasure receptors. Once this rich repository of sensuality has been sliced off, that's it. It's gone. It can't be grown back.
Also, the ridged band is gone. This band helped the natural foreskin remain in place by tightening over the glans and narrowing the opening much as you would expect a rubber band to do. During erection, they form a ridge about halfway down the dick shaft that men and many women find pleasurable during intercourse. It's one of the most erogenous parts of the penile system.
Well, so anyway, a restored foreskin is never going to be the same as a natural one. It's sort of a fauxskin. But hey, it's better than nothing. At least you still have the main-attractions part of the natural inner foreskin and the glans, which are still pretty good for sexual pleasure, and now you can keep them nice and moist and soft for continued fun and games for the few nerve endings you have left.
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