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Hey im 18 year old guy and was curious is it bad too have too much foreskin? my foreskin covers my penis completely even when erect =S i can pull it back all the way manually no pain or anything but since it doesnt retract by itself and covers even when erect with a bit extra is there a problem? will it affect sex?

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It's going to be a delight for the girl you are making love with. :-D

One function of the foreskin is to protect the walls of the vagina from being rubbed by your penis. A properly working foreskin allows the penis to slide out of it as it rolls out into the vagina so the head comes out near the end of the thrust. If you can pull it all the way back with no pain you will be more comfortable too, while having sex. :-)

Another function is mostly pleasure for you. As you reach the end of it's rolling motion it becomes stretched. The inner side of the foreskin is loaded with stretch responsive nerve endings. The response is to give you an almost involuntary additional thrust because of the feeling you get. I imagine the real purpose for that is to get the head of the penis in as far as possible to drop off the swimmers where they have the best chance of survival. But for you it's just a little bit of ecstacy. o.O You may want to adjust it's position at the tip of your penis as you enter the vagina to maximize your pleasure at the point where it gets stretched. That's something you and your lover will need to practice to achieve the most pleasure for both of you.

It sounds like you've been blessed with one that is going to work exactly as it should. XD
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oh ok thanks, so its not weird or anything? because i havnt ever seen anything like it before... like in shows and what not there always circumsized or its like retracted by itself.

But i already feel alot less freaked out, thanks! :-D
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The notion that a man’s foreskin will retract when he gets an erection is only partially true. A foreskin will only retract if the tip of the foreskin is wide enough to pass over the head of the penis. A foreskin will only retract if it is shorter than the erect penis. A foreskin that is longer than the penis will never retract automatically but may be retracted manually, provided it the tip is wide enough to pass over the head of the erect penis.

Many boys and adolescents have foreskins with tips that are too narrow to retract.

The long foreskin provides superior protection to the head of the penis. Moreover, the ancient Greeks considered a long, tapering foreskin to be a sign of male beauty. The long tip is called the akroposthion.

The long foreskin may improve the sexual experience because of its superior gliding action.
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