That’s a good point. But I want to reach my goals in the next couple of years, not in the year 2060.
you raise good points. Even though I understand human anatomy to some degree, I don’t know enough about the penis to say whether what you hypothesize is true. Your theory certainly explains some results.
Years ago I recall reading a thread from a medical student who wanted to know whether penis enlargement was possible. He proposed that is probably was, but relayed that his professors said it was not possible. After some time he reported back that, after studying it, his major professors were right. The anatomy of the penis rendered it impossible. He never said why that was, and I just took his word for it.
Personally, I think that certain kinds of gains ARE possible, but most are not permanent. For example, I think that girth gains are not likely permanent. It is my opinion that pumping, jelqing, and clamping are all doing the same thing (although through different mechanisms). The medical community is emphatic that pumping is NOT PERMANENT, and it’s not likely that these others methods are either. Now, it is very likely that you can maintain size increases through maintenance programs. Growth is studied on this board, not maintenance (per se)
On the other hand, I do think that tunica and ligament stretching will be somewhat permanent. In fact, doctors prescribe stretching exercises to those who undergo certain type of PE surgery. Many human tissues can be stretched, and such stretching is somewhat permanent. I think this is where your tunica theory has a big impact.