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tito
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so guys dont lose anything? there is this skin like string on the inside of the penis that is attached to the head and the skin to prevent it from going all the way back wouldnt that tear if you pulled it back all the way for example if you have sex for the first time.
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Ashy
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Hi tito,
I'm unsure of what you're talking about. Take a look at Mans Best Friend Male Sexual Anatomy and see if that clarifies the male anatomy for you.

However, no, men are not supposed to rip or tear anything during intercourse.


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entropie
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FYI - The "string" which you mention is the "frenulum", (commonly referred to using the slang term "banjo string"). Its basic purpose is to connect the foreskin to the underside of the penis. This in no wasy breaks or snaps during first intercourse, though it can be damaged by rough or unlubricated intercourse.
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