I realized that I never posted anything about the frenulum or its location on the underside of a cockhead. I did however write about the foreskin in two posts (here + here). And both cover a lot of ground.
Still, the tissue delta I address in this post describes a very special penile area. Not only are we treated with a highly appealing visual of never-ceasing fascination (check glans-charts #4, #5, #6), even more this blissed triangle provides us with a spot that easily triggers ejaculation when (solely) stimulated!
The frenular delta is noted by men as the most sensitive area of their penis, especially in the mid-line nearest the frenulum, and the frenulum itself.
Also wikipedia agrees, following several sources:
The frenulum and the associated tissue delta on the underside of the penis below the corona has been described in sexuality textbooks as “very reactive” and “particularly responsive to touch that is light and soft“. The “underside of the shaft of the penis, meaning the body below the corona” is a “source of distinct pleasure“.
It may be less the skin (if you are intact, the frenulum) that does the magic. When we look at the sensitivity graph we realize that highest skin-sensitivity does not lie within the triangle (compare here).
Fact is that this triangle of bliss is one kind of a lustful spot, probably due to the intertwining of tissues (skin and erectile). In my experience sufficient pressure here will accelerate the approach of PONR. But you will know what works best for you.
I found a text on a masturbation-method focussing at the frenular delta:
The circling technique: using the pad of your index or middle finger, make circles on the underside of the head right at or beneath where the ridge meets. This area is extremely sensitive, so be careful; lighter touching is more stimulating than heavy. Vary the pressure, direction and speed. Try to just relax and feel the sensation in your cock.
Take your time. The longer you take -especially if you are edging– the more intense the orgasm and the bigger your load.
When you feel like you can’t go on, speed up the circles; you’ll start cumming, and for maximum effect, continue the circles until the last bit comes out or even after.
While everyone is different, my experience and what I’ve heard confirms that you’ll cum differently using this technique than from stroking. With stroking, you are more likely to shoot or spray your cum out. With circling, you are most likely to have your cum pump, flow, or even gush out; I’ve had all three happen.
Recently avid follower and commenter Tom supplied a link to a clip (duration 5:07) showing a guy triggering his ejaculation thru teasing his frenulum. Actually he is triggering his reflex while (also) stroking the sensitive lower frenular tissue depicted in the drawing above! He is not really impacting his sweet spot, the delta (or triangle), to make his runny milk shoot. Study the slow-mo replay at the end of the clip.
By the way, I realized I have this guy featured in my blog here!
At last take a look at this animated gif for a variation of the circling technique (for guys with a frenulum):
Do you sense it tingling at your blissed triangle?! ;-)