That's what it is about. A "partial circumcision" is a sale to someone who does not want a circumcision, and certainly does not need
a circumcision. Ref: P.T. Barnum
That is the credo of this whole discussion board and circumcision is never
appropriate. Surgery is not the solution to any
problem in this regard. When you sit back and think about it, in just what other area of the body do you "solve" skin or functional problems by cutting pieces off? Why then would the penis be different in this regard?
"Partial" circumcision is a fraud. The part removed, the tip of the foreskin, is if anything, the most
elastic part, and the most readily responsive to the stretching as we explain it. The concept of a circumcision is that the scar line where the skin sleeve is re-joined lies behind
the glans (penis head) so that normal (nocturnal; night-time) erections automatically stretch the scar and render it flexible. It is an axiom of circumcision that if this scar line falls in front
of the glans, then the scar will - as all scars tend to - contract
And that is precisely what a "partial" circumcision does. It exchanges a part of the foreskin which is most
able to be stretched, with a scar which tends to contract.
Still, it is
practical to stretch - the procedure (not
merely retraction) is detailed here in many previous threads and rather than going into great detail, we advise you to do a lot
of reading here. It won't hurt.
And your frænulum - the same - do the stretching.
important for dry skin - do not
use soap and on the penis, do not even use "soap substitute". I am not even sure I have confidence in "moisturisers" but having removed soap from the equation, they might be more effective if they contain no irritants such as perfumes. If the skin is unhealthy, then "Thrush" (Candida) may well be part of the problem, and can
be managed with over-the-counter preparations.
General concept - healthy
skin can be (over time) stretched if necessary, without tearing.