I thought about it a bit yesterday, and I came to a few conclusions Ticktickticker. The structure you drew has two interesting characteristics:
1st - it can either get longer but thiner or shorter but girthier. What does this mean? It definitely can get longer when you’re flaccid meaning if you have shorter BPSFL then BPEL it’s NOT this mesh that limits your flaccid. It must be the parallel to the shaft fibers, and they should be easily stretched.
2nd - such structures are veeery difficult to stretch in the manner we do stretches. It’s much more efficient to stretch them in all directions at once from the inside(jelqs, clamping, etc).
Imagine this situation:
A person has BPFSL of 7”, BPEL of 6,5” and EGMS of 5”. Since his BPFSL is longer then BPEL parallel fibers aren’t limiting his lenght. It’s the mesh fibers. Since perpendicular fibers are limiting his girth, and parallel fibers are not limiting his length, jelqing will induce gains directed towards length(direction of the lowest resistance). While the difference between BPFSL and BPEL lowers, more and more of the gains will go towards girth.
The funny thing is that the conclusions are the same as in Remek’s TGC theory - Longer BPFSL? Do jelqs. Longer BPEL? Stretch.