I’m having a hard time figuring out why a precision measure of insertable length matters.
We use BPEL and NBPEL and FSL to have standards to measure to, so that we can measure consistently and gauge our progress.
But insertable length? That’s going to vary depending on your anatomy and body fat percentage at the given moment, plus your partner’s particular anatomical configuration. That can vary in the given partner over time, or from partner to partner.
My guess is that ‘insertable length’ is thus a variable, not a constant.
It seems “insertable length” may have been a misleading term to pick: I didn’t mean “pussy insertable” - a stricter description might have been “calculating the fatpad tax”.
About body fat percentage at “the given moment” - not sure about you, but mine has stayed exactly the same for the last year.
About the receptive partner’s fatpad varying: if a girl can’t take your dick at all, technically you have 0” insertable length *that night*, which isn’t really the sort of result I was after - see my response to kruz above your post.
And, all in all, measuring “length minus fatpad” doesn’t really matter (even by the normal standards of dick measurement) - it’s just that there are so many threads full of people having zero sum, unproductive arguments about NBPEL/BPEL being insertable (see the thread linked to in my original comment: “this box is white!” vs “no, this box is black!” - repeat) that I wanted to settle it with the Power of Science.
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