A comedienne once said, "Women love circumcised men because like a good sale, circumcised men are ten percent off." I have to say this statement isn’t completely true.
For those of you who haven’t seen an uncircumcised penis, just think of it as a flesh-colored hoodie covering the penis. The hoodie is also known as the foreskin or prepuce. On an uncircumcised man, this skin retracts when his penis is hard. However, with a flaccid penis, the foreskin can be retracted manually.
One of the incredible things about the foreskin is that it is extremely sensitive for the man, so sometimes 10 percent off isn’t necessarily a good deal. Wink. Wink.
I have slept with two men who had a little extra something. Both men were from Europe where circumcision is generally not practiced, but optional for parents when a child is born.
Now, the burning question is this: Is there a difference between uncircumcised versus circumcised while having sex? My experience tells me that it is easier to reach orgasm because there was a little something-something extra. The extra foreskin acts like a ribbed condom and give more friction, hence more stimulation in the vajayjay.
One of my girlfriends shrilled at the idea of having sex with a guy who was uncircumcised. Her complaint was that it wasn’t clean and the woman could get an infection.
But my experience counters her hypothesis, because the uncircumcised man was trained to clean his extra man parts efficiently, and to also wash after sex. The men with the hoodies knew that they needed to keep the area spotless to avoid infection and smell which would send any woman running for the hills.
Now, when it comes to foreplay and performing fellatio, the foreskin is very sensitive and should be treated delicately, but should also be an area of focus. Again, when the penis becomes erect, the hoodie typically peels back.
For those of you with a circumcised partner, a study performed at Michigan State University determined that "the most sensitive part of a circumcised guy’s penis is his circumcision scar."