The ancient practice of circumcision has become increasingly controversial in the United States in the last several decades for a variety of reasons, and as such circumcision rates have dropped noticeably. In fact, circumcision rates for men in the Baby Boomer generation was incredibly high, but from the 1970s on the rates at which the (typically unnecessary) procedure is performed has been steadily declining to the point that now fewer than 60% of American men are circumcised.
For women who don’t have the benefit of locker room shower experiences, however, the circumcised penis is still the (pardon the expression) rule of thumb when they conjure up an image of the male genitalia – especially if they’ve been exposed to American-made porn, which features the beveled head of a circumcised penis on almost all male porn stars. As such, more than one modern American woman has been known to give a quizzical or confused look upon confronting her first uncut cock as she inevitably thinks, “What the hell am I supposed to do with that?”
Essentially, circumcision is simply the removal of some or all of the foreskin from the end of the penis. In many cases this surgical procedure is done for religious reasons, but over time it became a popular procedure among people of other faiths because it lessened the chance of disease. (Note: A non-circumcised penis is only at higher risk of disease if the male practices poor hygiene in the modern world where frequent bathing is the norm; otherwise, this is a non-issue.) If a woman wishes to better understand the difference between a circumcised and uncircumcised penis, consider that it is akin to removing the hood of the clitoris, which becomes engorged with blood and emerges slightly from the hood when aroused.
While women may find it surprising due to the significantly different appearance between circumcised and uncircumcised penises, there is essentially no difference between the two when it comes to sexual intercourse. Many uncircumcised men do, however, hold that their penises are more sensitive and therefore experiences more pleasure because there are more nerve endings.
Concerning the experiences of women who have slept with both circumcised and uncircumcised men, there appears to be little difference in sensation. Some women report that they prefer the beveled head of a circumcised penis, while others find more pleasure in their uncut counterparts. In general, however, there seems to be very little – if any – difference in the way a penis feels inside the vagina despite its circumcision status.
Uncircumcised men – and women who have slept with men from both camps – say there is no significant difference whatsoever in how you “treat” the penis, whether you’re engaging in oral sex, a hand job, or penetration. However, one consideration that uncircumcised men should take into account is that hygiene is particularly important for both their personal health and the pleasure of their partner concerning oral sex, since an uncircumcised penis that is not completely and regularly cleaned can retain unpleasant odors.
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