With my hanging last week and this week I have had great sessions and success with wrapping and hanger placement and all hanging was done in SO pos.
One of the differences to wrapping now for me is that I actually am starting my wrap about 3mm further back from my circumcision scare.
Now previously to this I would start the wrap for the first two wraps (which are loser than the spiral wraps) right on the circumcision scare.
What I have noticed now is that when the tension is applied and the hanger moves forward and does the bunching behind the glands thing, I actually now have a small amount of skin ride over the ridge of the glands.
Now this is interesting to note for me because you say that neither the hanger or the wrap should come into contact with the glands. My understanding of this is you are meaning the ridge of the glands cause this would cause irritation and may lead to sensitivity issues done the track.
So Bigger, does this little skin rolling sound constintent with what you have tried to explain previously to me and others.
It seems to allow the hanger to anchor in behind my glands nicely.
I will be posting pictures of this skin roll over the ridge of the glands soon but I hope I have made myself clear why this question.
Also last night got up to 6 sets of 10 mins each in row and only stopped because of slit skin soreness near hanger attachment point as apposed to head/gland numbess or soreness.
I am getting better at this.