Jelqing is a penile enlargement practise utilized by dickcels to increase their confidence and escape incelibacy. In the incelosphere, this is known as jelqmaxxing or dickmaxxing. An increqasingly popular form of dickmaxxing is foreskin restoration, which is either done manually at home (not recommended) or at a clinic (recommended).
There are many forms of jelqmaxxing techniques including using a pump, pills, penile extenders (using weights), surgery and creams. There are also natural ways of increasing girth and length such as jelqing, which involves pulling and stretching usually while semi-erect by pointing all the blood towards the glans. There are also other natural jelqmaxxing methods such as trimming one's pubic hair, losing weight, and getting extremely fit, which may increase the strength of one's erection and thereby its size. Another purported natural method of increasing one's penile size is doing kegeling. This is done by intermittently clenching one's perineum and pelvic muscles.
One of the most unknown (and outlandish) methods of increasing one's size is going gay. Some studies have shown that gay men tend to have a penis that is one third of an inch larger than hetero penises. The most probable reason for this discrepancy is that gay anal sex tends to engorge the glans of the penis for the bottom partner. This in turn may increase skin tissue surrounding the penis, hence why homosexual men have bigger penises than their straight counterparts.
Another theory is that studies prove that gays are among the most sexually active partners of all gender pairings, ahead of the second most active gender pairing of male-female. Lengthy sex spells in turn usually require men to have erections for longer durations. Such lengthy erections in practise are in some way technically analogous to hulseyism, a cousin of priapism. Priapism has been shown in some studies to lead to growth of the penile tissues. In other words, having lengthy sex sessions may lead to a larger penis.
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