Hi, I'm a 17 year old male, and when my penis gets erect, it points straight up, nearly touching my belly button. I can move it around somewhat, but it's really rigid. Is this normal for it to point upwards? The most I can bend it back when I'm laying down is vertical up in the air
There is an old saying, "the three ages of man is straight- up, straight-out, and straight-down". Count yourself lucky. Some guys have penises that are straight down and to either side. I am told that wearing clothes is hard if you have a hard-on.
I think you will find it is normal. My penis when erect has a slight bend in it which
is how it has been since my teens and I am now 35.
I think as long as you can ejaculate sucessfully and your partner is happy
i would be happy too.
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