For the record, I've described how things look after the bris here and here and here, and I've even offered a link to a medical website that shows textbook images (computer generated, not photos) of a pre-circumcised and post-circumcised penis.
In the moments before or especially AFTER the bris, I like to explain to parents what has happened to their son.
Then I pull out my model, the one I "carry with me always" - and here it is:
|The tip emerges|
|Almost completely out|
|You didn't really think I was going to cut the cuff of my shirt just for a demonstration, did you?|
It is important to also know that below the foreskin is a membrane that we aim to remove during the circumcision as well. Sometimes it comes off during the circumcision, sometimes it needs to be torn and folded back, and sometimes it needs to be excised afterwards - using hemostat and scissors.
One of the things I do is use a marker to help guide the incision so that the skin that should remain on the shaft remains, and we avoid having a significant amount of extra skin removed.
In other words - this should be avoided:
Now that I've given away my secret, what will I do for fun in explaining this stuff? Maybe not everyone will read this blog post. There is hope!