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Old April 26th, 2012
Yabit Yabit is offline
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Default Frenulum vs. Glide

I've seen a lot about the sensitivity of the frenulum. Anti-circ sites point it out as a highly sensitive area, some guys on here worry that losing it has destroyed their capacity to experience pleasure, etc. Curious, I did some careful investigation of how the parts down there work.

Now, I've been left with what appears to be a fairly decent bit of frenulum, and it's indeed more sensitive than the surrounding tissue. Rubbing it between my finger and thumb produces a moderately pleasurable sensation almost immediately. However, I've noticed that this doesn't feel nearly as good as a gentle skin glide across the shaft, and it doesn't effectively contribute towards the slow buildup of pleasure that leads towards orgasm. I'm wondering what guys with frenula in really good condition feel. Has pleasure from the frenulum been overblown in comparison to glide, or have just I lost a significant amount of sensation from it?
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Old April 26th, 2012
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Default Re: Frenulum vs. Glide

From the experience of finished or nearly finished restorers, it seems that the gliding action is what really makes sex pleasurable.
Of course, the sensitivity of certain parts (like the frenulum) adds to this pleasure, but the main thing is to have enough skin to roll over the glans when erect during sex.
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Default Re: Frenulum vs. Glide

Remember, the gliding action stimulates the frenulum as the foreskin rolls over it. All the parts work together.
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Old April 27th, 2012
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Default Re: Frenulum vs. Glide

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Remember, the gliding action stimulates the frenulum as the foreskin rolls over it. All the parts work together.
I concur, it is all the parts working together. And I am way too distracted to tease them apart during sex anyway...

That said, it wasn't until I had gliding action that I started to have whole body orgasms.

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Old April 27th, 2012
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Default Re: Frenulum vs. Glide

Agreed that the parts all work together, so the rolling action tugs on the frenulum. I read in a scientific article that the frenulum also helps trigger ejaculation.
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Old April 27th, 2012
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Default Re: Frenulum vs. Glide

you cant restore a lost frenulum, so there's really no way to know for most of us. ill take everything i can get back, but still not be as good as i should be. thats why its so important to not only restore, but speak out against mutilation. it has to stop, nobody else should be forced to restore. hate to put Ron out of business, but i bet he'd love that kind of retirement.
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