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In a flaccid state, the tunica is easy to determine what and where it is. It is that central cord, fibrous core of the penis. But, in a semi and erect, the tunica has a "wire" or "band" that runs through the center. It is hard to describe because it is what keeps it from stretching when getting erect. When flaccid, the penis seems stretchy and gives to pulling, but when it begins to get erect, it won't budge. Got any ideas to get that tough wire inside to give. Does any of this make sense to you guys? GS
 
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That's the septum. It's where the different parts of the tunica all come together. V stretches hit this really well, but I don't know of any erect stretches that help with this.
 
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9cyclops9 said:
That's the septum. It's where the different parts of the tunica all come together. V stretches hit this really well, but I don't know of any erect stretches that help with this.
Thanks for identifying it. I know it is a tough as can be. This is the tough part of my workout, I just can't seem to make that stretch , no matter what i do. It is not there flaccid, but it sure comes once I start an erection. I think if we could get that to stretch , we could make some progress. Anyone have any good ideas? Supra, don't tell me to stretch harder, I already do that! GS
 

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