Coronal Ridge Shaping

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The coronal ridge (the ridge at the back of the glans on the penis), barring childhood circumcision injuries, is a relatively even ridge. However, it can be shaped by removing or damaging portions of it, as seen in the two examples below:

Coronal Ridge Shaping
 
Coronal Ridge Shaping

Shaping via strike branding

Shaping via cutting out a dydoe piercing. Rejection could cause similar shaping.


This modification is primarily aesthetic in nature, although it will make a functional difference in oral and manual stimulation for both partners.

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