As PE’er I have done my fair share of measuring, now, as to what I am eluding to. When measuring for girth the standard is to take the measurement mid-shaft? As it appears to me initially it is ‘self-evident’ as to where mid-shaft is, but in practice at least with myself, it is not, especially at a maximal erection. I know for many men, myself included, that my maximal erection comes and my testicles will pull up close to my body. Now when I am measuring, If I was 8” NBP, I should measure inbetween 3.5” and 4.5” on the spectrum of my shaft, correct? Anyway, with my testicles pulled up, do I continue to take that 3.5” to 4.5” measurment on my shaft or does that measuring place move forward of that? Perhaps, since I cannot post yet because of my low post count I could create a diagram.
(Region for measuring) - mid-shaft
(Being more aroused and having testicles pulled forward)
Which is appropriate midshaft?
When people suggest a base measurement, where exactly is that being taken?
Behind the testicles? Or is it being taken have the testicles pushed all the way as far backward as possible and taking as measurement as close to the fat pad as possible? Hopefully I am at least decently clear as to my description.