Removal of the foreskin covering the head of the penis is a practice that occurs in cultures around the world. Originated male circumcision probably already about 220,000 years ago in Africa. The reasons for circumcision are on the one hand culturally religious or ritually motivated (Brit Mila in Judaism or Chitan in Islam), on the other hand there are also medical and aesthetic motives. But the idea that women prefer circumcised male partners also has a long history. For example, sometimes the prevailing opinion is that circumcised men "last longer" during intercourse and are thus better able to satisfy their female partners.
In numerous cultures the circumcision of the male foreskin has a history of thousands of years. Even today, circumcision is performed not only for medical reasons (phimosis), but also for religious, cultural and aesthetic reasons. However, not every circumcision is performed with the same technique. Depending on the type and style of a circumcision, the foreskin of the penis is removed either completely or only partially. If so much skin is removed that the glans is always completely exposed, it is called a radical circumcision. On the other hand, if only a part of the foreskin is removed, it is called a partial circumcision.
Almost every second man subjectively thinks his penis is too small, and wishes for a larger penis. Therefore, an entire "penis industry" has manifested itself on the Internet, which exploits the wish of many men for a larger penis and praises dubious offers. Anyone who enters terms related to "penis enlargement" in search engines will receive thousands of hits. Above all, countless pages appear that promise a "nautral penis enlargement" with the help of massage and stretching exercises, penis extenders or of course with the help of medication products and dietary supplements. In any case, from a professional point of view, all these methods are to be doubted, and some of them must also be expressly warned against.