Monday, February 7, 2011

Circumventing Circumcision

There is a lot of talk among the masses about whether it is more pleasurable to have intercourse with an uncircumcised penis. Is it unsafe? Is it weird? Some men fear revealing their uncut sausage to new partners, afraid of judgment and rejection.
Here are some important facts addressing the question of whether to be cut or uncut. For starters, “a new study finds that circumcised men appear less likely to sustain cuts, abrasions and other minor injuries to the penis during sex -- which may help explain why circumcision lowers the risk of HIV transmission from heterosexual sex.” However, it appears that uncircumcised men experience more pleasure during intercourse, oral sex, and masturbation. The presence of the foreskin works in a number of ways to provide maximal stimulation and pleasure for the male. Although, it might be more pleasurable for the uncircumcised male during intercourse, it does not affect the women’s ability to have an orgasm or not. In fact, because uncircumcised penises are less common in this day and age, women may be less likely to experience an orgasm because they are unused to seeing an uncircumcised penis and may not be able to mentally engage.
In short, uncircumcised males have better sex but having a circumcised Johnson is safer and more comfortable for the common sexual partner to see (aka they won’t be startled and will be able to proceed with the sexing – problem free). So don’t be a fool, circumcise your tool…and use a condom.

1 comment:

Dan Bollinger said...

Women who have had sex with intact and circumcised men prefer intact men 9 to 1. (O'Hara and O'Hara, 1999)

And, women who have sex with circumcised men complain of "dry sex" and the need to use lubricants. (Bensly and Boyle, 2003)

The proper term for the natural penis is "intact." "Uncircumcised" creates a journalistic bias for circumcision, but really refers to men who have surgically reversed their status.

Parents considering infant circumcision should check out Circumcision Decision-Maker.