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dprbear asked: A day or so ago a follower asked you a question about his foreskin not stretching evenly. In your respones you said that sometimes "manual" stretching might work better to fix issues like that. What do you mean by "manual" stretching? Thanks
Here is a link to a listing of manual methods for restoring your foreskin. If you look at methods 1 and 6, for example, you can see that they apply tension to specific areas of shaft skin. You can use this to your advantage in restoring. If you have, let’s say, a circ that resulted in tighter skin on the top of your shaft, then you could use method 1 to tension the top side of your cock and encourage those skin cells to grow faster.
It is more difficult to target specific areas of skin with devices since they are designed to apply even tension to your whole shaft cylinder. With a DTR, (which I own) you can apply a bit more tension to a specific side of your shaft by the way you wear it. If you are tighter on the right side, for instance, you can tuck the DTR to the left which will give more tension to the right side.
I hope this goes further in answering the original question. — KOT!
aj9117 asked: hey I'm a few months into restoring and I'm noticing that my foreskin isn't restoring evenly. Is there a way to fix this or will it gradually even out?
Great question. You can target particular areas of shaft skin although the more skin you grow, the more it will naturally even itself out. Manual tugging works best, but you can also do that with devices to a lesser degree. For example, if you use a device as a tugger, you can consistently tug to the left or right of your body to get more tension on one side.
When I do manual, I often target the underside skin so that I will one day achieve that acroposthion that looks so natural on intact men. — KOT!