Hello everyone, I am new to this forum but have been reading it for several months anyway.
In a few months I will make the first round of PMMA, I start from a midshaft Girth of 5.3 Inch (13.5cm), I would like to reach 6.3 Inch, so I guess I need a few rounds.
I have been doing a lot of research over the last few months and I understand that it is very difficult if not impossible for a partner to notice that there is something in the penis (unless major irregularities).
However, I have a doubt that nags at me, since with PMMA the skin becomes thicker and harder, due to the natural consistency of collagen (which is good for the consistency of the Erection) I imagine that the only way to notice this thing is that it is somehow "pinched".
Have you ever had a partner pinch your skin voluntarily or involuntarily (for example, during heavy masturbation)? And if so, did they say anything?
I know it is very difficult for this to happen but it is my own paranoia.
In case it has never happened to you, and I imagine it will be the case for most people, do you think a partner would notice something if he or she pinched the penis?
Thank you in advance to all of you.
There are areas on mine where the nodules are that if you pinched it you could feel it for sure. The other areas you cannot tell. I haven't had anyone call it out except my ex who knows I had it done and said that she could feel the Nodule when giving me head but could not feel it when we were having sex.
I'm one of the biggest gainers on this forum as far as I know, and so if anyone has a thick band of shaft skin, it's me....... and I've yet to get a single ounce of suspicion or scrutiny for it. Moderating a penis forum for a decade has made me privy to the variety dick's come in, including shape, size, discoloration, veins (or lack thereof), erection angles, etc. This is why I'm convinced the majority of women would chalk up an anomalous penis to the aforementioned nature of penis-diversity
Worst case scenario, if someone calls you out (which you really don't hear about), you can easily carry a back-up excuse to throw out non-chalantly to appear dismissive, not defensive. For example, you can suggest it's a past injury, birth defect, over-pumping, or simply "how I was born."
I tell most guys who ask me privately about concerns regarding detection or discovery of their enhancements-- if you behave like you have something to hide, you'll invite scrutiny. Carry yourself like the hung guy you are and you should be fine.
increased skin thickness makes the skin a little bit more mobile. The consequence is the shaft feels a little bit more soft in this area. There are also areas where the PMMA is attached directly to the shaft - this areas will feel rock-hard. In my case I have more areas of thickened skin - meaty-fat but as it said: it feels/ is skin not the shaft. And skin feels like skin.