I'm a little curious about what that "and stuff" means. I'm guessing you might mean to pee, and perhaps to masturbate which if (since) you I presume have been doing that for a while, would be somewhat novel for you. I am sure you realise only too clearly that for masturbation, foreskin is your friend!
The reason I mention this is to caution that it is not
a good idea to use soap
- or anything even remotely resembling it - on the area under your foreskin. Urine in particular is not "dirty" and washes off perfectly well with water, and in fact under normal circumstances the only reason you would get dirty under your foreskin, is because
you pulled it back and exposed that part for some reason.
I want you to keep away from any notion that your penis is naturally "dirty" and requires special attention cleaning. Now if you consider the anatomy of girls' genitals and toilet behaviour, they do
more of a tendency to become dirty, but nothing that a nice shower - again using soap on the outside only - will not fix. Just a thought.
Now as to sensations - and the novel sensations now that you are retracting your foreskin. It is frequently presumed - but mostly by circumcised men whose foreskin has been removed - that the glans
is the sensitive part of the penis. You can see why that might be.
Well, not only is this not necessarily the case, but thinking a little deeper, you can see why it could easily be the opposite. The purpose
of the glans is to be pushed into - the vagina of course. With proper lubrication as happens when the woman is fully prepared (excited) for intercourse, this will be quite smooth and easy, but not all sex follows those rules. In fact, the glans forms a relatively firm - and tough - part to effect the entry into the vagina and in this respect, does not need to be too
This may not be so intuitive especially as having
a foreskin that normally covers your glans, you will have noted it is kept
quite sensitive and some fellows even complain that it is too
sensitive. Men who are circumcised on the other hand and whose glans is continuously being rubbed by clothing and the adjacent body, have much
less glans sensitivity.
The point in your case is, your foreskin is
very sensitive, actually more
capable of distinguishing what is touching it, than your glans (you can assess this for yourself - look up "two point discrimination
" on the "web") so there really is no wonder it "reports" when it is sitting (in the "sulcus") behind your glans.
Minor point of order. The head of the penis is the glans
, a Latin word meaning "acorn". It should be pretty obvious why they call it that! A "gland" on the other hand, is a part of the body which secretes some fluid, such as the salivary glands which produce the saliva. And there is only one "glans" of the penis, so it is singular.
It's always a good idea to use the right words.