He can't cum till...?

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He can't cum till...?

Sweet-Justice Sweet-Justice
Ok so I read somewhere online that an uncircumcised guy can't cum until he's peeled back his foreskin for the first time. Be it by himself or with his first partner.
Sounds pretty strange too me but I couldn't find anything that said that directly said the opposite.
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
WTF? NO!
213  (79%)
He Can't, PEEL PEEL!
2  (1%)
Not Sure
39  (14%)
Other(because there has to be an other)
17  (6%)
Total votes: 271
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03/13/2011
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Pleasure Piratess Pleasure Piratess
Throughout his life his foreskin will be getting peeled back to clean effectively, definitely before he starts worrying about orgasming...
03/13/2011
pinkzombie pinkzombie
Quote:
Originally posted by Pleasure Piratess
Throughout his life his foreskin will be getting peeled back to clean effectively, definitely before he starts worrying about orgasming...
Exactly!
03/13/2011
Alura Une Alura Une
I feel confused. Doesn't this usually just happen? Like, in cleaning and playing and...well, living with foreskin?
03/13/2011
indiglo indiglo
Quote:
Originally posted by Pleasure Piratess
Throughout his life his foreskin will be getting peeled back to clean effectively, definitely before he starts worrying about orgasming...
Right!

I am continually amazed at the amount of incorrect information floating around about foreskins.
03/13/2011
magicmac magicmac
My boyfriend is uncircumcised and I don't think this is true.
03/13/2011
Alura Une Alura Une
Quote:
Originally posted by indiglo
Right!

I am continually amazed at the amount of incorrect information floating around about foreskins.
Agreed. I think it is amazing and even strange. I thought there would be enough uncut people by now to work against that.
03/13/2011
Alura Une Alura Une
Quote:
Originally posted by magicmac
My boyfriend is uncircumcised and I don't think this is true.
Same here. We've been together for much of our lives.

I suppose that to release, foreskin should be back. But that just tends to happen when a man is hard unless his skin is too tight--which requires gradual effort or surgery? That would be phimosis.
03/13/2011
Tidwtrguy Tidwtrguy
Guys can cum with their foreskin over their glans (the head of their penis). When some guys get hard, the foreskin will retract on its own during intercourse/stimulatio n. For other guys, they may have enough foreskin where the head can still be covered when fully aroused but isn't as bad as phimosis where the foreskin cannot be retracted because it is too tight. Uncut guys have a lot more sensitivity in the head of their penis and retracting the foreskin may help bring about the happy ending. The biggest concern about a guy having retracted the foreskin previously (before a date, before sex, etc) is keeping his helmet clean and fresh.
03/13/2011
*Ashley* *Ashley*
Other. I'm not sure and highly doubt that it is true.
03/18/2011
*Ashley* *Ashley*
Quote:
Originally posted by Tidwtrguy
Guys can cum with their foreskin over their glans (the head of their penis). When some guys get hard, the foreskin will retract on its own during intercourse/stimulatio n. For other guys, they may have enough foreskin where the head can still be ...
That would have been allot for me to spit/type out. Thanks for sharing.
03/18/2011
sexyintexas sexyintexas
Quote:
Originally posted by Sweet-Justice
Ok so I read somewhere online that an uncircumcised guy can't cum until he's peeled back his foreskin for the first time. Be it by himself or with his first partner.
Sounds pretty strange too me but I couldn't find anything that said ...
What??!!!
03/24/2011
Sex'и'Violence Sex'и'Violence
Quote:
Originally posted by Pleasure Piratess
Throughout his life his foreskin will be getting peeled back to clean effectively, definitely before he starts worrying about orgasming...
^this. But I'd like to add that infant males are capable of erections which would lead me to believe there is sexual stimulation, even if their bodies have not matured enough yet to ejaculate.
04/08/2011
purplekidney purplekidney
He says: You think that tiny amount of skin would stop it from working?

... He's passionate about penises
04/08/2011
alansusana alansusana
Quote:
Originally posted by magicmac
My boyfriend is uncircumcised and I don't think this is true.
So is mine, and he doesn't have to peel it back to cum. Sometimes he does but often he doesn't.
04/28/2011
missdizzy missdizzy
Some of the responses here gave me a chuckle. That said, definitely voting no not true!
05/02/2011
7Miles 7Miles
My boyfriends foreskin gets out of the way all on its own when he gets hard and I find it absolutely fascinating to watch. This myth doesn't sound true but then again my knowledge of foreskin is limited to a single male.
05/12/2011
Bonesdance Bonesdance
I'm uncircumcised, and that's some seriously (and weirdly) ignorant misinformation.
05/12/2011
daniel and frances daniel and frances
Quote:
Originally posted by Sweet-Justice
Ok so I read somewhere online that an uncircumcised guy can't cum until he's peeled back his foreskin for the first time. Be it by himself or with his first partner.
Sounds pretty strange too me but I couldn't find anything that said ...
i have no idea, but sounds wacky.
05/22/2011
cobiffle cobiffle
that is just weird
05/22/2011
dbm6907 dbm6907
I've actually watched a TV program about a man who wanted to "grow" his foreskin back because he was having a hard time reaching orgasm. As it turns out I guess the foreskin has thousands and thousands of nerves that actually enhance sensation, so I don't think a man would have to peel it back in order to climax.
05/27/2011
kinksters kinksters
lol
05/27/2011
Eucaly Eucaly
On young boys there is often a bit of skin that makes it impossible to peel back the foreskin. If this skin doesn't degenerate properly with age or if there is play of the sort that causes scar tissue to form on the skin, that is a medical condition called "phimosis" and it makes for very painful erections and often an inability to cum. Is that what you were thinking of?
05/29/2011
Errant Venture Errant Venture
I couldn't help but laugh as I read this. I'm uncircumcised and I cum just fine!
06/30/2011
CuteDee CuteDee
Wow! Ive never heard of this. I had a virgin bf who was uncircumcised and I got him off just fine. ; ) He was really sensitive on the tip during oral but I was gentle...
07/05/2011
v23 v23
Quote:
Originally posted by Pleasure Piratess
Throughout his life his foreskin will be getting peeled back to clean effectively, definitely before he starts worrying about orgasming...
Agreed!
07/06/2011
Bignuf Bignuf
Quote:
Originally posted by Sweet-Justice
Ok so I read somewhere online that an uncircumcised guy can't cum until he's peeled back his foreskin for the first time. Be it by himself or with his first partner.
Sounds pretty strange too me but I couldn't find anything that said ...
I was circumcised as a baby, but asked a couple friends who I know are not. They thought this was nothing but "myth". Physiologically, it makes zero sense anyway. Nope...totally false.
07/06/2011
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
Quote:
Originally posted by Sweet-Justice
Ok so I read somewhere online that an uncircumcised guy can't cum until he's peeled back his foreskin for the first time. Be it by himself or with his first partner.
Sounds pretty strange too me but I couldn't find anything that said ...
The foreskin looses the adhesive tissues long before a male starts to worry about orgasm. This isn't really an issue for an uncircumsized male.
Besides the foreskin is just a slip of skin that covers the glans it isn't blocked...the boy has to pee afterall. So ya it's a myth, according to Arch he was able to pull back his foreskin long before he actually experienced his first orgasm.
07/09/2011
P'Gell P'Gell
Quote:
Originally posted by Airen Wolf
The foreskin looses the adhesive tissues long before a male starts to worry about orgasm. This isn't really an issue for an uncircumsized male.
Besides the foreskin is just a slip of skin that covers the glans it isn't blocked...the boy ...
I was just going to say what you did.

Most male children in their natural state (with the foreskin the Good Lord gave them) find it will separate from the glans somewhere between toddlerhood and early adolescence, usually earlier rather than later. There is always a hole, because as you said, Airen, they have to pee from before birth! The foreskin also stretches enough to cover an erection, so it has nothing to do with orgasm or ejaculation.

Phimosis (where scar tissue causes a part of the foreskin to adhere to the glans) is rare and usually the result of a botched circumcision. Or the result of someone tearing the protective seal from a baby boy's foreskin away prematurely by retracting it. Everyone should know that an infant's foreskin should never be retracted for any reason. It will eventually retract on its own, usually with help from the little boy himself, on his own time.

The foreskin of an infant is held with the same amount of force that holds your finger nail to your nail bed. Imagine ripping that off! That's what is done during force-able retraction and/or circumcision. Ripping that away for any reason is brutality.
07/12/2011
playtimeohsofun playtimeohsofun
eww uncircumcised! never seen one dont want to
07/15/2011
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