Just to make it perfectly clear
Being a Phalloboard\'s moderator and member who cares deeply for this site, I would naturally welcome any member who is a medical practitioner. A person who could contribute to our young but growing site
by utilizing his medical expertise and understanding to help translate and interpret the physiology, processes, and medicine behind PE. I am not against those who question PE. On the contrary; I believe that those who question the effectiveness, necessity, and overall safety of various PE methods add greatly to our site.
\"I\'m an RN who has worked with a plastic surgeon for the past 8-9 years. Now, I\'m not a Dr., but the Dr. (does not do PE) who I\'ve been working with has a keen interest in sharing everything he knows, especially with his workers. I pretty much started working with him with a GED in nursing (so to say), but have graduated with a PHD in Injections\".
Firstly, I don\'t believe you are a registered nurse. No way.
In fact, if any member reading this were to take the time to go to your profile, click on \"see all of Quantum\'s posts\" , and bothers to read the three pages of your posts,
he will undoubtedly see how breathtakingly unknowledgeable you are about not only PE, but science and anatomy.
I\'ll just give you one example...
On April 5th, 2012, you asked members on the board what the medical word for the head of the penis is. You asked, \"is it glans or glands\".
So you\'ve been a certified registered nurse (for at least 9 years)), a nurse who obviously has an obsessive interest in his penis (size), and you don\'t know the difference between \"glans\" and \"glands\"? I think this should put in an end to any speculation (by any member) that perhaps you could be in the medical field. More importantly, it exposes you as a liar.
Or perhaps you missed the class that explained male anatomy in your Nursing program?
There are other \"tells\" and general issues with your posts and concerning behavior that I could identify, but what it really all comes down to is that your posts have no substance at all...No supporting details, nor examples. They are filled will ambiguous references to \"studies\" and \"journals\", but you never provide links, doctor\'s names, nor any specifics of any kind. All (or most) of your posts are designed to dissuade everyone from pursuing PE, especially PMMA
with sweeping generalizations and terrifying warnings...Which would be fine if they were presented in an intelligent and convincing manner with evidence, but alas...you provide none of that.
I really look forward to your response, but I am guessing you will disappear from this site for another 6 months (again) to let things cool down a bit. Or perhaps reemerge under another one your aliases (again).