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  • Reality
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    Originally posted by JosephFast View Post
    I haven’t told my parents that I’m restoring. I made my own dtr, and I do manual a lot. I come from a big family(7+) and all but my youngest little brother have been circumcised. My mom and dad are Christians so it was for religious reasons they did this to us? Anyway when my youngest little brother was born they did not circ him which I am very happy for him. My mom did apologize for doing that to me. I think it would be unnecessary to bring it up and would just cause drama.
    Good instincts, sir. And I agree, family drama is the last thing anybody needs (it just causes the damage of circumcision to continue on).

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  • JosephFast
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    I haven’t told my parents that I’m restoring. I made my own dtr, and I do manual a lot. I come from a big family(7+) and all but my youngest little brother have been circumcised. My mom and dad are Christians so it was for religious reasons they did this to us? Anyway when my youngest little brother was born they did not circ him which I am very happy for him. My mom did apologize for doing that to me. I think it would be unnecessary to bring it up and would just cause drama.

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  • Robrestoration
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    If a device isn’t possible I’d advocate manual methods which would easily become part of masturbation sessions. Of which most teens can fit into any schedule without conversation

    my 2¢

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  • Gimmie Back
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    I am 16, and I have been trying to go at it for about a year now. I am a really lazy person, so I have many gaps where I start and stop. I really only do manual as I don't want to order a product only for my parents to question what it is. I'd say I am currently a CL2 or 2.5. More motivation is likely what I need... or someone/thing to do it for me haha

    Being questioned from my parents about my mail is definatly a challange. I'd like to try some devices, or maybe a Manhood to mess around with; but that won't be happening any time soon.

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  • mattsprofile
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    Originally posted by Bendaleinc View Post
    Not even sure what it means to be “stickied”?
    Being "stickied" is common lingo on internet forums of all types. Basically it means that the thread was flagged by an admin or moderator as being important. Stickied threads are permanently placed at the top of the board so people will see them when they are browsing.

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  • Bendaleinc
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    Not even sure what it means to be “stickied”?

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  • salamander6773
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    why is this stickied? just wondering.

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  • Bendaleinc
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    i wore my tugger to school and in class, and now I wear it at work, as a waiter and bartender. So i move around a lot. and I don't have a ton of problems with it although i do go to the bathroom more often than my coworkers/classmates to reset it or check it or whatever. no one seems to have noticed. if you need any other tips or advice, dont hesitate to ask.

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  • tlcusr_01
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    Originally posted by gdom View Post
    Your parents probably removed your foreskin because they believe it's dirty and may get emotional if you bring it up this way. I'm not sure it's the best conversation starter.
    I agree. Most parents get very defensive when you bring this up.

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  • gdom
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    Originally posted by Info View Post
    Well, anything topical (the we have access to), especially anything commercially available and topical, won't affect mitosis one way or the other. But it can make skin more slippery, and that can be a drawback. But whatever.
    I agree I haven't found creams and lotions and potions to make a lick of difference. There's so much mythology around restoration. Just stretch the skin to induce mitosis! Eat well and sleep well to assist.

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  • Reality
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    Well, anything topical (the we have access to), especially anything commercially available and topical, won't affect mitosis one way or the other. But it can make skin more slippery, and that can be a drawback. But whatever.

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  • gdom
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    Originally posted by Info View Post
    Good question. And I have another: why would you want to use "lotion" (whatever that means)? Why. How does it help? What does lotion do in the scheme of things?
    I think the idea is that since skin is an external organ that mitosis and regeneration are assisted by the presence of certain things, such as Vit E.

    I find that when I do or do not use cream it doesn't seem to make a difference. Unless the skin is becoming especially worn out I tend to not worry.

    On the other hand, completely opposite, a little bit of gold bond on my dick seems to help a lot with manual tugging by preventing slippage.

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  • Reality
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    Good question. And I have another: why would you want to use "lotion" (whatever that means)? Why. How does it help? What does lotion do in the scheme of things?

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  • gdom
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    Originally posted by Mykmc962 View Post
    I don't add lotion when using a device. But do use plenty when manually stretching and not wearing a device.
    Again I don't understand how. Doesn't the skin get too slippery when manual tugging?

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  • Mykmc962
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    I don't add lotion when using a device. But do use plenty when manually stretching and not wearing a device.

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