I think we may presume that if what you have look
like Pearly Penile Papules (umm, Jim: note the exact spelling!), they are in the place
where Pearly Penile Papules are found (all around the "corona" or "rim" of the penile glans or head) and they are clearly part
of the normal structure of the penis, then they actually are
Pearly Penile Papules.
Generally speaking, the only way of removing them, is to have a circumcision - and wait
. Apparently one of the consequence of circumcision, is that the continual chafing of the bare penis head against clothing in combination with the drying of the exposed penis head, causes them to shrivel up and/ or be worn away; as they are quite uncommon on circumcised penes.
As far as we can determine, they are as Jim implies, a sensory structure which adds to the sexual sensation of the penis head (in men with an intact penis) during intercourse or indeed, any other sexual activity.
Yours may not be quite as dramatic as in the diagram
Jim references, but if you really
want so see an impressive examples of these, you might with due care (and if you can figure out how to,) take a look at those on your cat's
The only thing with which they may be confused is condylomata accuminata
(genital warts). These may
also occur in this position, but only cause confusion when there are only a few present which happen
to be in that spot, and that spot only, because the more precise symmetrical arrangement and consistent size of Pearly Penile Papules is so characteristic.