The answer, in a word, is yes.
For as long as I can remember, my dick has had that dramatic downward bend. It hasn’t become more or less pronounced with time and my penis functions just fine, but when I was starting to come out in my early 20s (I didn’t have sex until I was 22… late bloomer, I know!) the shape of my cock was a major source of internalized embarrassment. Once I realized that my angle was a little unusual, I used to be very nervous that anyone seeing me for the first time would get really freaked out, or even laugh at me… even though to this day no one has ever said anything negative (I apparently even have a few admirers!). Back then, though, I started to believe that there was something wrong with me. Once, when I was 23 I think, I found an online listing for a doctor specializing in penile corrective surgery and emailed him about about the possibility of fixing my “problem.” I was still really shy about my sexuality and not quite comfortable with being open about my sexual orientation, so I lied and told him that I wanted to get my dick corrected because it was preventing me from having vaginal sex with my (non-existent) girlfriend. He wrote back that surgery was an option, but came with risks — most notably, the possibility of shortening or loss of function. I never contacted him again… and I’m glad I didn’t.
My “condition” (I hesitate even to call it such) is a mild form of Peyronie’s Disease, and it affects up to 10% of all men. It’s caused by fibrous plaque that builds up on one side of the shaft; that plaque causes the penis, when erect, to bend around it, resulting in a pronounced curve. According to Wikipedia, the cause is not well understood, but it’s thought to be associated with some sort of physical trauma. I can’t remember any traumatic injury, like getting hit in the crotch with a baseball or anything, but apparently it’s common not to recall anything specific. I don’t experience any pain, although when I’m erect I do have a considerable amount of discomfort when my dick is pressed upward toward my stomach, increasing the more you press upward. I’m very clear with my partners that “my dick doesn’t go that way,” and everyone understands.
If I do indeed have a medical condition, it’s one I do not mind having. In fact, there’s a multitude of special things that I can do. For example, I have the ability to hit the prostate in a rather unique way, and the sensation is rather intense. I learned this one evening in the back of a Honda Element where I encountered someone of a similar, uh, “bent” … he demonstrated the technique on me, I came instantly, and my sex life has never been the same. (If you’re reading this, you know who you are, you sexy beast. Thank you.) And I felt a certain satisfaction when I first walked into the Titan studio last August and director Brian Mills described me as having a “dick made for cocksucking.” It felt pretty fucking good to learn that there’s a place in the industry like me, even if I have some so-called “disease.”
My takeaway point here is that every penis is unique. Peyronie’s can be quite serious in some cases; if you’re experiencing loss of function or it causes you physical pain, by all means talk to a doctor about treatment options (surgery being one of several). Otherwise, though… don’t change a thing. Embrace yours, even if you think it looks weird or “abnormal.” It’s not… and I guarantee you that someone out there will be into it. And then you’ll get it into them. 😉