Dr Taylor says that when you remove the foreskin you are removing "half of the skin of the penis," and large amounts of specialized mucosa, which has in it specialized nerve endings called genital nerve endings. In simple language, according to Dr Taylor's research,it is the man's foreskin that is analogous to the clitoris, not the glans or head as is widely believed.



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Dr John Taylor from Canada has done some major definitive research into the foreskin’s anatomy and what its functions might be. While the dense collection of nerve endings in female genitalia (the so-called "g-spot") had been a focus of research and discussion for some decades already, it wasn't until the mid 1990s that Dr Taylor published his first study in what he has called the ‘Ridged Band’, which is the ring of deeply corrugated or ridged mucous membrane lining the tip of the foreskin. When the foreskin is retracted it is the acroposthion that becomes the start of the ridged band. Initially, Dr Taylor was interested in studying the foreskin in order to help him make an informed decision about circumcising his own children. What he found was that the foreskin is actually a highly specialized tissue that is comparable to an eyelid (foreskins are actually used in eyelid replacement surgery). .

 It is the natural hood of the human male as indeed it may very well be called his ‘plumage’ thus the uniqueness of any individual male’s ‘flower’ reside in his acroposthion. Resemblances and similarities can be found throughout the natural world, which tends to utilise successful shapes and formulas over and over again. Folds of membrane or tissue which inverts in on itself is a well used formula in nature and the foreskin is precisely this, a successful design which works. Redundancy has no place therefore in the natural world.

The acroposthion of the penis represents the coming together of the whole body via the seam of skin (the raphe), which actually runs from the anus ending at the frenulum attaching the foreskin to the glans. This seam closes and joins the right and left halves of the body and its position at the junction where the upper body meets the lower body is indicative of its centrality as the sex centre. This may be a reason why it is so copiously laden with nerve endings as this is where the male body comes together culminating at the very tip of the penis’ acroposthion, which adorns and decorates the end of the male ‘flower’… like a rosebud, adding to the uniqueness of individual variations and variety.
Just as the labial lips are the ‘petals’ of the female’s sex ‘flower’, the foreskin is the ‘petal’ of the male’s sex ‘flower’. It can often resemble a puckered teat or a nippled spout of bunched up foreskin, wrinkled or frilled in appearance, bulbous and / or pendulous in cases of an overly abundant foreskin or mega prepuce
Raphe clearly shown on foreskin
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