Why fulcrums work
This just occurred to me, and I feel like a dumb-ass for not seeing it (or saying it) before. Or maybe I already did, but I forgot (senility, you know).
Fulcrums help to promote gains for a very simple reason: they shift the stress induced by the weight or hand to the side of the penis furthest from the fulcrum. Much more stress will be born at the side opposite the fulcrum than at the side closest to the fulcrum.
Hang OTL to the right, but tuck a small cylinder between the shaft and the right leg. THis arrangement forces your shaft to take a right turn under stress. Because the width of the shaft as it takes the corner is not zero, the outer edge of your shaft has to travel further around the corner than the inner edge (closest to the fulcrum). THis means the outer edge will be pulled more strongly than the inner edge.
A force that was previously appled to the whole tunica at once is now focused on the outer edge. Stress in this area is much higher than it would be without the fulcrum.
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