I used the word “handle” purposely to evoke the idea of a car’s “handling” when the driver uses it. For purposes of this post, I’m thinking of a penis as being a tool for penetrative sex, and I’m curious how a PMMA penis “handles” during penetration (as opposed to a non-PMMA penis).
I tried answering some of the below questions by just watching p*rn involving a PMMA penis, but I couldn’t find any videos where the guy obviously had PMMA.
People often say that, at maximum erection, their (non-PMMA) penis is “rock hard” or “diamonds” or “like steel.” To the touch, you would feel the “rock-hard” tunica underneath a thin layer of outer skin. And the rock-hard nature makes it relatively easy to insert into a partner. Anyone who’s had to awkwardly “thumb” his soft whiskey d*ck into someone knows how advantageous it can be to be using a rock-hard penis.
I bring this up to set up a (possible?) contrast with a PMMA penis. I’ve never touched a PMMA penis, so I’m just posing a question for people more knowledgeable. I know that, after the PMMA is injected, collagen buildup happens in between the layers of fascia, which are situated between the outer skin and the tunica. I’m assuming that this layer of PMMA/collagen is softer or squishier than the tunica (when corpora cavernosa are fully engorged).
Does this mean that a PMMA penis, even at maximum erection, is more rubbery or squishy to the touch than a non-PMMA penis? Put another way, if a non-PMMA penis at maximum erection is a 10/10 in hardness, then is a PMMA penis at maximum erection something like 7/10 in hardness? Or is it more accurate to say that a PMMA penis still 10/10 in hardness toward the center (i.e. the tunica) but with a squishier outside layer that is more like 5/10 hardness (i.e. the PMMA and collagen in the fascia)? And does the squishier nature of the PMMA layer make penetration more difficult?
What I’m really trying to understand is how a PMMA penis “handles” differently than a non-PMMA penis during penetration, especially since some PMMA penises on this forum have huge girth (making insertion more difficult than a thinner penis).
Along these lines, is there any “bunching” of the PMMA layer as you try to insert your PMMA penis? In other words, is it harder to get the girth caused by the PMMA into your partner than it would be for a non-PMMA penis of the same girth? This question assumes that the softer nature of the PMMA layer (as opposed to the rock-hard tunica) makes insertion more difficult, irrespective of size (again, my example of the whiskey d*ck needing to be "thumbed" in).
And does the PMMA layer move kinda independently from the tunica? Could you move the PMMA layer up and down a little bit separate from the rest of the erect penis?
I’m asking all these questions because I’m trying to understand how difficult it would be to get all of a PMMA penis into someone, even at maximum erection. If the PMMA layer moves a bit, or if it is too soft, I could see the PMMA layer just being shifted downward toward the pelvic area during attempts at full penetration; the glans would go in, and maybe the upper shaft and top part of the PMMA layer, but a substantial amount would get squished downward and would just move toward the pelvis instead of actually going inside the other person. I’ve seen videos of guys with fat grafts, and it looks like that’s what was happening, due to the squishiness of the FFT tissue.
Anyone have thoughts on any of the above? Thanks.