From those pictures, one should note how people with high SEP’s have their flaccid shaft initially extend parallel to the ground and THEN droop down. Those with low SEP’s droop down even at the start of their shaft. If my understanding of this is incorrect, someone please put me in my place…(lol, yea right…But seriously, please correct me)
I am also interested if someone will put you in your place on this one, because I have the same understanding as you.
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Alrdy and Andrew,
>From those pictures, one should note how people with high SEP’s have their flaccid shaft initially extend parallel to the ground and THEN droop down. Those with low SEP’s droop down even at the start of their shaft.<
You are correct. This is what I tried to depict in the drawings about LOT, high, tight ligs vs low long ligs.
Just another bump of a good thread here.
What are SEP’s?
I want to bump this thread because it seems like this theory is not clear. Some are arguing you can only judge a high exit point form a frontal view, some are arguing you can judge it from the side view.
I also don’t know what some people are meaning when they are talking about an above horizontal exit point. I think this is impossible and when looking on the pics from the naked penises I can not see anyone with an exit point above horizontal. The highest exit point I can imagine is an exit point that is horizontal, but higher than this I think is very rare.
A penis can also not exit up when flaccid.
It seems also be not true, that a high erection level correlates to an high exit point/high LOT.
Another bump, still don’t get the idea of this test.