Penis Anatomy: Must Know Facts and Advice

It’s no secret that women crave sex far more than men. If you don’t believe me, then you are not giving her good sex. PERIOD. The difference is that women only want GOOD sex.

Here’s the thing… If you can’t give her the “Big O” why would she want to have sex with you?

If you’re in a relationship with a woman and she seems to keep getting more and more moody over time… this is often because she isn’t getting what she needs in the bedroom.

FACT.

So, if you’re serious about getting this part of your life on the next level… and joining the 1% of all men who can REALLY rock a woman’s world in the bedroom…

… You do need to understand what is a penis made of and how it works.

Ignorance is deadly when it comes to your sex life. Learning about your penis and how it works can be the key to understanding what you need to do to get better in bed and make girls squirt with pleasure.

Luckily, the basics are not hard to learn. The penis is a complicated organ, but there’s no need to stress about it. Here is a simple penis anatomy diagram that shows the important things you need to know and sheds out details only meds care about.

What is the penis made of?

The penis has a few different important parts. On the outside, you’ll notice a shaft and the sensitive head, which is covered in many nerve endings. Inside of the penis, you’ll find the urethra, which is a tube that runs from your bladder to the tip of your penis and allows you to urinate. Also inside the penis are two cylindrical chambers called the Corpora Cavernosa.

As you can see, your penis is made of a few things: sensitive skin with important nerves running through it, and spongy erectile tissue. People might call the penis “the love muscle,” and though it does contain muscle tissue, it is not a muscle in and of itself.

How does it get hard? What happens inside the body?

An erection starts in your brain …

Before anything else, arousal starts in the mind and brain, so your erection comes from this.

When you see or think of something sexually attractive, your brain will send signals to your body that it’s time for sex, and blood will being to rush to your genitals.

When you have an erection, the two spongy rods inside your penis—called the Corpora Cavernosa—fill with blood. An erection can last for just a few minutes or for longer if you are constantly stimulated. You probably don’t want to get a boner in a public place when you see a hot girl (it can happen sometimes), but you definitely want to be able to get an erection easily and last as long as possible during sex.

WAIT! If you really want stronger and longer-lasting erections, then read this article till the end. Read the whole thing because it will show you the secret to getting and keeping super strong erections for up to AN HOUR. You’re basically guaranteed to make a girl cum if you can last this long!

Why does the penis get bigger and harder when you’re horny?

In its flaccid state, it’s difficult to penetrate a woman’s vagina, so naturally the penis will get harder and larger for sexual intercourse to happen.

A harder penis can penetrate better, and a longer penis can deposit sperm deeper into her body. It’s all an evolutionary effort to get you to reproduce.

When you get horny, the Corpora Cavernosa in your penis will fill with blood, and this is what gives you your erection.

The more blood gets into the Corpora Cavernosa, the bigger and harder your erection is.

Do Penises Vary a Lot in Size and Shape?

You might not realize that penises come in all types: There are big ones, small ones, straight ones, curved ones. Some penises are curved up or down, while others curve to one side.

While most of men would prefer to have a bigger phallus, in fact, only 15% are over 7 inches erect, and only 3% are over 8 inches. Across studies, flaccid length average from 7 to 10 centimeters (2.8 to 3.9 inches) and erect lengths average from 12 to 16 centimeters (4.7 to 6.3 inches).

Why Aren’t All Nice, Big and Straight?

Hmm… Why aren’t all noses perfectly straight? There is naturally genetic variation in everything.

Some men are born with curved penises while others develop the curvature over time from, for example, wearing tight underwear that bends their penis in a certain direction.

In extreme cases, aggressive masturbation or weird sex positions can also cause bent erection or even worse – a broken penis.

Sometimes, a penis can be curved due to Peyronie’s disease.

This is when scar tissue (a lump of “plaque”) accumulates inside of the penis. This makes it so that when you become erect, your penis does not “expand” the same way and it might curve up, down, left or right.

If you have always had a bend in your penis, this is called “congenital curvature,” meaning you were born with it. While you can live with a natural curve if you were born with it, Peyronie’s Disease is something that you should address, since it can get worse over time and lead to sexual dysfunction.

Luckily, there is an easy fix to both natural curvature and PD regardless of how severe they are. You just need a good tool and some patience, as it can take time. However, not taking action now can cost you your sex life.

The Importance of the Corpora Cavernosa

Why do some men’s penises become so much larger when erect, while others grow very little?

How big your penis gets in its erect state depends on the size of your Corpora Cavernosa (the spongy rods in your penis) and also on how much blood it can hold.

Some guys have more erectile tissue than others, so there is a lot of room for “growth” during an erection. Other guys have less, so their penis grows only a little when they get hard.

The Corpora Cavernosa is the ANSWER to your erection-related questions.

It determines the size and shape of your erect manhood and your ability to fuck like a pro or a loser.

When you get erect, the Corpora Cavernosa fill with blood and expand—kind of like a sponge filling with water—and how your penis looks when it is erect depends on the anatomy of these two chambers.

Think of when you blow into a pair of long balloons. As they fill up with air, they expand and get hard, but they won’t always be perfectly straight, right? The same is true for your penis. Every penis is different, so the pattern of how those two erectile chambers fill up will be different for every man.

Thin Penis, Chode Penis, and Micro Penis. What is it and what causes it?

If you have a curved manhood, you are lucky!

Did you know that thousands of men in fact don’t have a penis?

Yes, they have an organ to piss, but they can barely have sex.

I am talking to guys with a chode penis and those with micro dicks…

What is a chode penis? You might not want to know…

This is a penis that is short, but very thick. It has this shape because the Corpora Cavernosa “rods” inside the penis are thick, but don’t extend very far in length. It is almost impossible to have sex with a chode penis…and it is way worse than what is called a micro penis.

Medically, a micro penis is defined as being less than 2.75 inches (7 cm) in length. In other words, this isn’t merely “smaller than average,” this is so small that penetration may be difficult or impossible.

Most of the time, micro penis is caused by genetic or hormonal issues. If it is a very extreme case, it can’t be fixed without complex surgical techniques, such as reconstructive phalloplasty.

If you just have a small penis, this does not mean that you have a micro penis. In fact, if you just have a normal, small penis you are luckier than those who have a micro or a chode.

Do you have a chode penis? If so, you have my sympathies. There’s nothing you can really do to make it normal without surgery.

Many guys feel self-conscious about their small penises. I bet they wouldn’t complain if they took a look at a real micro penis or a chode, though.

What about overly thin penises, though?

While most penises fall into a sort of average, there are a few extremes. For example, some guys have an extremely thin penis. This is because the Corpora Cavernosa tissues inside of their penis are not very thick, or they don’t fill up completely with blood when they are erect (erectile problems).

What is a bent erection? Can it cause problems?

A bent erection is when your penis bends somewhere in your shaft when you’re hard. This can be due to natural genetics or injury to the penis.

A bent penis may look strange or even funny to some girls, but this isn’t the only problem. It can actually also hurt the vagina. If you’re not careful during sex, it can lead to injury. A severe bent erection can make sex difficult and can ruin your sex life slowly over time without your even realizing it.

Things may be fine now but can get bad very quickly. Sure, you can compensate by trying different positions, but your partner may not want to do it anymore.

How Do You Straighten a Curved Penis?

Whether your penis is slightly curved or it looks like a fishhook, there are a few things you can do to straighten it. Some men have had success using tight underwear to “train” their penis into the shape that they want. For example, if their penis curves to the right, then they pack their penis to the left. Other men have surgery to correct the problem or subject themselves to special injections that are meant to straighten the penis. Still others try to use penis exercises.

However, these aren’t the best ways to straighten the penis. They not only have low success rates, but they can sometimes make things worse. For example, wearing tight underwear isn’t healthy, especially since it raises the temperature of your testicles which lowers sperm production. It can also curve your penis in another direction instead of fixing it. Needless to say, other methods like surgery are risky and can actually decrease the length of the penis, which can hurt your confidence even more.

By far, the best method to straighten the penis is to stretch it with a traction device. These medical devices slowly pull on your penis until more tissue grows. You can control the direction of this growth to fix the curve of your penis. As a bonus, it can even make your penis bigger.

Can a Bent Erection Really Be a Problem?

Severe bent erections can be painful for you or your girl during intercourse as it can push into the walls of her vagina in an uncomfortable way.

A small curve isn’t a big deal, and some women actually like this because it can help stimulate the G-spot if you are skilled enough in bed to know how to use it.

However, a bend or curve can really pose a problem if it makes it hard for you to try different positions. Switching positions is important in sex for both variety and comfort.

If you have a severe curve in your penis, you should definitely consider straightening it.

What Can You Do if You Don’t Like Your Penis Shape (or Size)?

Every man has a unique penis, and there’s nothing to be ashamed of if yours differs from the average.

This is simply the beauty of Mother Nature at work.

If you were lucky enough to get a “nice looking” penis that you are happy with, then enjoy it for what it is and don’t experiment with changing it or you could cause damage.

However, if you have a curved penis—whether due to natural reasons or because of bad habits—don’t worry, you can fix it.

There are traction devices that you can easily use to correct this annoying curvature.

Traction devices work by stretching the tissues of your penis slowly over time. The erectile tissue will get tiny microscopic tears in it. This is not as terrible as it sounds—there is no bleeding and no real injury.

For example, have you ever lifted weights? You know how your muscles grow, right? When you’re lifting, you create microscopic tears in your muscle fibers that are later rebuilt bigger and stronger by your body.

In a similar way, your penis skin will become microscopically longer from the stretching. Just as your muscles don’t grow overnight, your penis will take its time as well.

These small, microscopic gains will accumulate until your penis has grown in the right direction and is not only longer, but doesn’t bend anymore. Makes sense, right?

You will actually see your penis slowly get straighter over time.

Best of all, the results are PERMANENT (unless you do something to bend it again).
This “slow and steady” approach really works given enough time.

So if you’ve always wanted to straighten your penis, definitely consider a traction device first.

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