A Guide To The Penis In Pictures

A Guide to the Penis In Pictures

This part of the website is designed to provide a pictorial guide to the penis in all its variations of shape and form, both erect and soft. To satisfy the curiosity of those who may never have seen an uncircumcised penis, there's a page devoted to the foreskin and circumcision.

This website also illustrates common problems, including unusual angles of erection and bends or twists which men may think are abnormal if their penis happens to be shaped that way.

We tell you how many penises fall into each category of size and shape, so you can rapidly tell if you lie outside the majority of the population.

Since men rarely compare penises, often you'll find that what you think is abnormal is actually quite common. We also define the "average" penis size.

We show typical photos of hypospadias and Peyronie's disease.

There are illustrations of all forms of penile abnormality including curvature of erection in all directions, twisting of the head in relation to the shaft, and penile shaft rotation.

The retractile penis, which can be so annoying to men who have one, is illustrated, with some estimates of its occurrence in the population. If you find that your penis constantly disappears into its foreskin, or even your body, you will be happy to know that this is not as unusual as you might think.

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Other Pages On Our Pictorial Guide To The Penis

The foreskin & circumcision
Penile shaft & glans variations
Erect penis size, shape & angle
Hypospadias and Epispadias
Flaccid penis size, shape & angle
Small and retractile penises
Testicles - Pictures

We illustrate spots, lumps and bumps, prominent veins, foreskin phimosis and circumcision scars.

We are always looking for photographs to make this collection into an even more comprehensive pictorial guide to the adult male penis, so please don't hesitate to send us your picture if you feel it can add anything.

Such photos can be very helpful to men with what they think of as an abnormal penis, since they begin to see that their problem is shared by many others.

You can email your comments, queries and problems to: moreinfo"at" (replace "at" with @)

Peyronie's disease

Pearly penile papules