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I am a 45 year old male, with a small penis and have the ability to be pushed inward and enjoy finger stimulation or penis or lubricated dildo, I can also have a normal erection and ejaculation. I haven't seen it on video or heard of this condition. Do you know what my sexual ability that I enjoy is called. Are there other men like me?
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