Uncircumsized discrimination??

babychika babychika
Has anyone experienced negative reactions to your penis being uncircumsized? Have heard some women are strictly against playing with men that are not circumsized and/or are turned off by it..
08/24/2011
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El-Jaro El-Jaro
I think it's just a comfort level thing. Circumcision is just really common in the US, which I think is sad.

I just think they don't know what they're missing!
08/24/2011
Yaoi Pervette (deleted) Yaoi Pervette (deleted)
I think some women feel unsure of how to handle an uncircumcised penis. I know that I feel that way.
08/24/2011
Peggi Peggi
Being a woman I've never had the misfortune of negative reactions to such a thing, but I think it is more common in the United States for there to be negative reactions and problems with it. I know a lot of women who ARE turned off by this, and I know a girl who broke up with her boyfriend when she found out he was uncircumcised.

Personally, I don't care one way or the other, it's certainly different, and something that at one point I had to get used to, because sensations and pleasuring are a bit different, some areas more sensitive etc., but it all does the same thing, gives you the same feeling.

My first time in that situation it took me a few seconds, wondering if I needed to do something special or different, but really, I didn't.

I think part of the issue is that we are lead to believe as a whole in society that circumcision is done for hygiene and therefore a lot of women (or parents making the decision) relate this to uncleanliness and for the women, this could be a turnoff! But really if the person doesn't bathe, they don't bathe! A penis without foreskin can be dirty if it isn't clean!

Lol that is the end of my little rant
08/24/2011
Annemarie Annemarie
Every person I've been with up until my current significant other was circumcised. When I found out that he was uncircumcised, I was a little taken aback, and a little freaked (mostly because I'd never experienced one, never seen one in real life, and wouldn't really know what to do with the foreskin...) but not grossed out. It took me some time to figure out if I needed to do anything different and to mess with it and basically relearn my way around a penis.

It's not a dealbreaker, it's not any sort of negative at all. Just different to what I'm used to.
08/25/2011
kendra30752 kendra30752
I would be uncertain and weird and unsure, but my partner is circumsized. I do think it is neccessary if you want to maintain good hygeine. Until a boy is old enough he cannot take extra care of it himself and believe me, they DO need extra care! When I worked daycare I had a boy for the entire time I worked that was not circumsized and sadly his parents did not clean him... in any way. He had gotten infection after infection and had a very putrid smell. It isn't easy to take care of that! It also isn't easy to give so much attention to a child's privates who aren't even yours. The entire time I had him he never did not have an infection and I eventually had to have a conference with his father. Something had to be done. Until a kid is old enough he will not know how to take extra care and I just prefer circumsized and easier maintanance for my partner and not having to worry with white crust growing under there and smelling putrid which of course CAN be avoided if it is taken care of!
08/25/2011
sarki sarki
More men should be uncircumcised
08/25/2011
Yaoi Pervette (deleted) Yaoi Pervette (deleted)
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Originally posted by kendra30752
I would be uncertain and weird and unsure, but my partner is circumsized. I do think it is neccessary if you want to maintain good hygeine. Until a boy is old enough he cannot take extra care of it himself and believe me, they DO need extra care! ... More
Eww...how can parents not realize something is not right? Poor kid...
08/25/2011
caligaliber caligaliber
That poor kid!!

I personally am fascinated by them being uncircumcised. Granted my partner and I dont have this issue, since neither of us have a penis, but this made me wonder if there's a dildo out there that's uncircumcised and if it feels different.
08/25/2011
Shellz31 Shellz31
I love uncut men! Much prefer to sleep with them than circumcised men - from past experience.
I think anyone who discriminates against those who are uncut are just plain pathetic and need to grow up!

I have been hunting around for more uncut dildos, but they are extremely rare which is sad
I have the only one I can find that isn't made of damn rubber or jelly. I absolutely LOVE it. It's my favourite in my large dildo collection.
08/25/2011
emiliaa emiliaa
Didn't bother me. XD
08/25/2011
Chilipepper Chilipepper
I was fascinated for the longest time, but the few guys I was with were all cut.

Master isn't cut (he's British). It's fine with me - he knows how to use it. He once commented that he suspected circumcision is for the lazy, because it's very simple to keep it all clean even with a foreskin.
08/26/2011
P'Gell P'Gell
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Originally posted by kendra30752
I would be uncertain and weird and unsure, but my partner is circumsized. I do think it is neccessary if you want to maintain good hygeine. Until a boy is old enough he cannot take extra care of it himself and believe me, they DO need extra care! ... More
Infections under the foreskin are caused by two things, 1)Pulling back the foreskin too early, before the boy's body releases the frenulum naturally itself and thus damaging the penis by force and 2)Not taking the child to the doctor for a bacterial infection. Penile infections are caused by bacteria, which has nothing to do, in most cases with how "clean" the child was kept.

Any infection in any part of the body needs to be treated immediately. Hygiene is not really the main issue once the body has been attacked by bacteria, (although it still needs to be kept clean) and the body needs to have that bacteria killed in order for healing to begin.

In many young boys (and working in Maternal Infant health I have seen hundreds, if not thousands of intact (uncirced) boys) the foreskin doesn't retract until somewhere between 2 years and 14 years. Forcing retraction, by tearing the frenumlum (the piece of tissue that adheres the penis glans to the foreskin) will cause damage and set the boy up for infection. NEVER let anyone pull a small boy or baby's foreskin back, it will do it on it's own (usually with help from the boy from playing with it) in time.

I've seen terrible infections in circumcised boys, and seen damage done by circumcision that would bring you to tears.

I would never circ my own boys, if I had had any. None of my close friends have circumcised their boys, they did their research before those boys were born, and those boys are better off for it.

In the USA today, less than 50% of newborns are now routinely circumcised and they are all better off being in a natural state.

The Good Lord wouldn't have put a piece of tissue there if there wasn't a use for it.

It makes no difference to me if a lover is circed or not. He had no say in it. I've been with men who were intact and none of them had any "hygiene" issues. A circed penis can get dirty and smell bad if it isn't washed. We don't remove the outside of our ears to make it "easier" to clean inside of them. Why remove an important part of the penis, just to save the 20 seconds it takes an adult man to pull back his foreskin and clean? With babies and small boys, not only should the foreskin NEVER be pulled back until it comes back naturally, but pulling it back forcefully can lead to infection! Before the adhesion of the foreskin releases naturally, there is virtually no way for dirt to get into the area. Only boys who have been forcibly retracted will have this issue. Of course EVERY child deserves good hygiene, circumcised or not.

My Man is circed and as an older man (in his 50s) he now gets irritation, rough dry skin and infections from abrasions on his penis that none of his intact buddies ever have to deal with. Circumcising a young boy has lifelong repercussions for that boy. It should never be a decision made without a LOT of research, and most of the research shows it simply should never be done in most situations.
08/26/2011
Ryuson Ryuson
I wouldn't care, but my boyfriend is circumcised!
08/26/2011
babychika babychika
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Originally posted by Shellz31
I love uncut men! Much prefer to sleep with them than circumcised men - from past experience.
I think anyone who discriminates against those who are uncut are just plain pathetic and need to grow up!

I have been hunting around for more ... More
Please share where to find this???!
08/27/2011
LuciFaery LuciFaery
I prefer uncut men. An intact peen is much more attractive to me~
08/30/2011
Sunshine14343 Sunshine14343
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Originally posted by sarki
More men should be uncircumcised
agreed
09/14/2011
Sunshine14343 Sunshine14343
my boyfriend is uncut and he has much more sensitivity. I refuse to circumsize my future baby boys
09/14/2011
kellyg kellyg
I just know from personal experience that I had never really had the "uncut experience" with the guys I had dated, so never really had much "practice" or however you wanna put it, but my current guy is uncut and I have to say, it's the best ever. Best sex, never loved giving oral more than I do now..and yes that could be cause of my feelings for the guy, blah blah blah, but I know apart of it is because I really enjoy him being uncut.
09/15/2011
babychika babychika
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Originally posted by kellyg
I just know from personal experience that I had never really had the "uncut experience" with the guys I had dated, so never really had much "practice" or however you wanna put it, but my current guy is uncut and I have to say, ... More
HAHA we share the same feelings
09/15/2011
Beaners Beaners
To be honest, the first time I was with an uncircumcised guy I didn't even realize it. He was hard and had his foreskin pulled back and I couldn't even tell. It wasn't until a while later when we were dating (weird situation, long story) that I realized that he wasn't. It totally didn't phase me. My current boyfriend isn't either, and by that point I was used to it and didn't phase me. Actually, now whenever I see an uncircumcised penis I'm like, "That cock looks naked." I won't be circumcising my future baby boys.

However, I do want to say that I had a pretty good introduction to it. If a guy had whipped out his flaccid uncircumcised penis at me at 18 years old I may have been a bit weirded out. But I definitely wouldn't have freaked out.

Funny side note: If an uncircumcised guy wanted me to give him a hand job nowadays, I'd probably end up giving him a rug burn type situation. To be honest.
09/15/2011
AndromedaJane AndromedaJane
Quote:
Originally posted by babychika
Has anyone experienced negative reactions to your penis being uncircumsized? Have heard some women are strictly against playing with men that are not circumsized and/or are turned off by it..
I asked an intact friend who says he has been teased but is still glad he's intact.
11/17/2011
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