10 Interesting Things Men Do with Their Manhood
Number 10: Give Them Nicknames.
In a recent study, 60 percent of men admitted that they have "pet names" for their genitals. The names can be anything from "Edward" to "Big Bear."
Even political figures and celebrities have names for their manhood. Warren G. Harding, the 29th President of the United Sates, named his dick ”Jerry”, while John F. Kennedy lovingly named his “JJ.” Hugh Jackman, on the other hand, reportedly told Jay Leno that his little guy goes by the moniker “Old James Roger,” while Justin Bieber's fans called his private part “Jerry.”
Number 9: Decorate with Beads.
Pearling or genital beading is a form of body modification that involves inserting small beads made of various materials beneath the skin of the genitals-of the labia, or of the shaft or foreskin of the penis.
Prior to the availability of modern materials, there is a long history of pearls being used in this implant, hence the name pearling. There is an alternative form of this implant, where short curved "ribs" are inserted, rather than pearls.
Number 8: Buy Insurance Coverage.
UNDZ, a Montreal-based underwear company has a cockeyed way of getting publicity: By offering a $50,000 penis insurance policy to its male customers. “A man can get insurance for his car, dog, house, land and life but not for his penis? Well, I thought that was absurd,” UNDZ founder Bernard Dore said.
This is exactly what porn actor Keiran Lee did for his private part. He insured it with the Lloyd's of London for a staggering $1 million, or, to put it in perspective, some $100,000 per inch.
Number 7: Botox Treatment.
“Scrotox” is a treatment where botox is injected into the testicles to decrease sweating, reduce wrinkles, and make the scrotum appear larger due to muscles relaxing. This procedure cost around $3,600.
Mark Norfolk, Clinical Director at Transform, said that “Over the past year, requests for scrotum Botox have doubled at showing the huge demand and interest for this procedure.”
Number 6: Penile Sub-incision.
This is an extreme body modification where the entire underside of the penis is slit open, thus exposing the interior of the urethra. This practice is common among several tribes in Australia, Africa, and is described as a coming-of-age ritual.
Experts share several reasons for this ritual that include increased sexual pleasure for both man and woman, a demonstration of pain tolerance and masculinity, and homosexual practice.
Number 5: Castration.
Castration was typically carried out on the soon-to-be eunuch without his consent in order that he might perform a specific social function. The earliest records for intentional castration to produce eunuchs are from the Sumerian city of Lagash in the 21st century BC.
During the Middle Ages and nearly into the 1800s, certain choir boys with particularly beautiful voices were castrated before reaching puberty to avert the change of voice. These boys were called castrati, and their singing voice was equivalent to that of a soprano, mezzo-soprano, or contralto.
Number 4: Lengthening Surgery.
A procedure called ligamentolysis will give men two to three extra centimeters by severing the suspensory ligament that holds part of the penile shaft inside the body, allowing it to drop. Unfortunately, most men are dissatisfied with the results.
One study put the rate of satisfaction with the operation at a dismal 35 percent, and the American Urological Association (AUA) sniffs that the procedure is neither "safe or efficacious.
Number 3: Girth Enhancement.
Fat injection is a well known plastic surgery technique which, in this case, enlarges the penis circumference or width. The fat injected is usually taken from the abdomen and is then injected through one or more tiny incisions under the foreskin, just below the head of the penis.
Another girth enhancement procedure is to attach sheets of cadaver harvested tissue to the penis. AlloDerm is a product made by a company called and is often used for this purpose.
Number 2: Circumcision.
Circumcision is a procedure where the foreskin is cut off, thus exposing the glans. Survey reveals that around 30% of the world's men is circumcised. Reasons for this procedure include religious beliefs, cultural practice, and medical treatment.
Medically it is a treatment option for problematic cases of phimosis, balanoposthitis that does not resolve with other treatments, and chronic urinary tract infections.
Number 1: Foreskin Restoration.
While one group believe in the benefits of circumcision, another group argues against young children being inflected with such pain. The anti-circumcision crowd also believe that circumcision significantly decreases sexual pleasure.
As a result, there are circumcised men attempting to replace lost foreskin. This can be achieved surgically through skin grafts, or via do-it-yourself methods like tugging or taping.