Am I missing something.
I know I’m pretty new to PE, but I’ve been doing a lot of reading (and stretching and jelqing.I’m a doer and thinker!) and from what I gather so far it seems that the idea that tissue will expand under tensile stress is a pretty established scientific fact. If this is the case, why is there such a vehement rejection of the theories behind PE among the medical establishment? I understand there is no scientific proof of PE, and maybe never will be, but if the idea of biological creep or plastic deformation is accepted then why the strong rejection of the ideas behind PE? Again, am I missing something? Is the idea that ALL human tissue can expand not an accepted fact? For example does the medical community claim that skin has this effect but not connective tissue? On what basis are they so quickly rejecting these ideas? Are their heads really that far up their asses or is the idea that tissue will expand not proven on a scientific level like PE?
Start stat 1-2011 : BPEL 5.5" x 4.5" EG BPFSL 5.75"
Feb 15th 2011 : BPEL 5.5" BPFSL 6.0" EG 4.75