It seems that most
fellows coming here are complaining of a short frænulum - underneath the head of the penis - which restricts their ability to pull the foreskin fully back.
And here you
are, being concerned that your foreskin pulls back so
far! You just can't seem to please people either way, it seems.
Yes, your penis is really
normal; that's exactly
how it is supposed to work. The foreskin is the skin from where you can see the silhouette of the corona - the back of the glans, along to the tip of the "acroposthion
" and back on the inside to the "sulcus" behind the glans, so it is in total, twice
the length you see when it is covering the glans and in fact, more
than half of the skin on the penis (other than the glans itself, which has a totally different structure) and more like two thirds. When you (can easily) retract, it means the total length of skin over the shaft is very
generous and can easily slide up over the glans and back during various
Note that the inside
foreskin is usually a different colour - yours is somewhat paler for having never been exposed before and you have a bit of harmless smegma there which will progressively rub off as you retract more often. Do not
use soap on it or it will generally make more
smegma and possibly become inflamed.
Excellent work so far! One other thing though - pick up
your towel and either hang it on the rail or put it in the laundry basket.
If you haven't a towel rail, install one.