I’m not convinced that lengthening the ligs gives you a longer penis. I think it just gives you a lower penis.
Why do exercises that attack your susp. lig. and thus lower your erection angle, when other exercises will grow your penis just as well? It’s not an either/or proposition.
I didn’t say you need an upward curve to hit the G-spot; it certainly helps but it’s not required. A high erection angle can help you hit it. Consider missionary position. If you have a high erection angle you can orient your torso more vertically and exert a strong lifting force on the front inside surface of the vagina.
None of this is absolute. It’s not like a guy with a 6:00 erection angle and a downward curve can’t hit the G-spot. All he needs to do is turn his partner over. Every anatomical arrangement has its pros and cons. It’s just that I liked my higher erection angle and found that it came in handy during sex—especially face-to-face.
You’re right about BTC: It tends to lower your erection angle but generally does not affect the shape of the tunica.
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