Does a Circumcised Penis Ruin Sex?

Many circumcised men have issues when it comes to their circumcised penises. The funny part is that, at the same time, a large number of men who have an uncircumcised penis attached to their bodies have the same problems.

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Some think about the quantity of the pleasure they offer or receive, the way their willy looks, or the possibility of getting an STD. Of course, when it comes to the moment when a man gets naked in front of a woman, they all think about the same thing: is my penis OK?

Circumcision Does Not Reduce Sensitivity

Though many people believe that circumcised and uncircumcised penises have a different level of sensitivity, according to the Canadian researchers, having a foreskin doesn’t bring more sensitivity to the game. Fortunately for all circumcised men in the world, there is no difference between them and…well, the others.

Isn’t that great news? It is, except for the fact that the research was done in a lab, and not while the men studied, were excited during a sexy encounter. So, we know that men have the same sensitivity when their penises are touched, heated and pressured, no matter if they have or don’t have their foreskin.

The Truth about Circumcision and Health

Now, sensitivity is not the only thing men worry about, is it? Health is another problem that circumcision seems to bring into people’s discussions. What has been discovered is that men who don’t have their foreskin anymore seem to be protected from penile cancer as well as infertility, especially if they had diseases like phimosis and balanitis.

And that is not all. What is interesting is that circumcision can prevent the spread of STDs, too. Well, the funny part is that researchers aren’t entirely sure why circumcision seems to reduce the rate of viral STD’s. However, it does! So, where there’s no skin, there’s no herpes either!

Do Ladies Like It Circumcised?

Performance is one of the men’s biggest fears. As I mentioned, in the beginning, there are men who are afraid their penis is not OK. Some of them are circumcised while others still have their foreskin. If you want a woman’s opinion, I am going, to be honest: all women I know don’t care about that piece of skin.

As far as I know, no one who discussed sex with me never said anything about feeling a difference or enjoying a circumcised penis more or less. And I certainly did not feel anything distinct. The difference is only in our eyes. There are ladies who had sex only with circumcised or uncircumcised men their whole life, so might react weird when they see a penis that looks so much different than all the rest.

But that’s something normal and it doesn’t have anything to do with how good you look or how great you make her feel. And if you don’t believe me ask any of the sexy escorts in Norway! They will tell you that a small piece of skin doesn’t make you better or worse!

Therefore, you shouldn’t worry about the lack or the existence of your foreskin. When it comes to sex, ladies care about your moves! So, stop finding excuses and start working on that!

Anna Smith

Anna Smith

Anna Smith entered the adult industry in 2015. From that moment on, she has become one of the foremost writers around, using her sex industry expertise to bring her readers many fun and fact filled articles.

She is most well known for her sex advice pieces, yet also has a major interest in sexual health and other serious issues. However, this is all done with a quirky style that is unmistakably hers.

When she isn't working, Anna is a fitness fanatic, and enjoys going away with her partner for various weekend trips.
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One thought on “Does a Circumcised Penis Ruin Sex?”

  1. I think no. I will keep my dick skin.
    I know girls like it cut off, they say is cleaner. I wash my dick very well, so it is always clean.

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