Yeah, I know what you mean. The more pics a guy looks at, the more confusing they get. In the Links Forum, on the very last page, there is a thread of mine called Lig Pics or something like that, it used to have a good drawing of the way ligs attach. Not sure if the links are still good, but worth a shot.
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Westla (udaman!) posted this pic in another thread. This is about the best and easiest to understand pics I’ve seen on the ligs. This should clarify why downward stretching helps stretch the ligs, whereas upward stretching does not.
6/1/03: 7.5" BPEL X 5.75" EG as measured midshaft with a snapped chalk line....
This is an old thread, but I have the same issue. I disagree with everybody that these are ligs though. Soon and I report that this fiber attaches at the base of the penis, but it runs practically all the way to the glands. That cannot be ligs according to the diagrams. Could the dorsal vein be a limiting factor?
Close. More likely what’s being discussed are the dorsal fibers of the tunica.