If you read sex expert books, they illustrate how the vagina can be stretched and to what pleasure.
They show the the vagina being stretched both vertically and horizontally. They also show it being pushed back on the inside from a long penis.
So all directions really have a specific feeling. There’s no way of knowing what future women you sleep will like. Everyone likes something.
So I would say just enjoy the fact that if you’re getting thicker, you’re going to be stimulating that vagina in some kind of new way!
I’m actually surprised that there hasn’t been more discussion in this area on Thunders.
I would assume that a wider shaft will increase pleasure by pulling apart the “arms” of the internal clitoris, and putting pressure on the lubricating glands. Yet I would say a shaft with more top to bottom thickness would give greater potential for g-spot stimulation, as well as stimulation of the clitoris glans.
Something I have always thought, is that girth made up by a large CS is maybe not quite as usable as girth made up by the two CC chambers. I think this because there would surely be some degree of compression of the CS, when a shaft with a large one enters a pussy. Whereas the CC’s are relatively rock solid, and so won’t compress much if at all.
It makes sense that if someone wanted to increase shaft width, they would do exercises to target the two CC chambers. If they wanted to increase shaft thickness from top to bottom, they would need to(somehow) increase their CS size.
Another interesting note is regarding the change of shape of someones shaft as they gain with PE. If someones girth gains are solely from enlargement of the two CC chambers, then their shaft will become increasingly wide and flat in shape. This is for the obvious reason that a given increase in CC diameter will translate to an increase in width that is double the CC diameter increase(as there are x2 CC Chambers contributing to shaft width).
I’m sure some people notice their shaft becomes more of a narrow and “deep” shape from PE, and this is probably primarily due to great CS growth.