This is totally a generalization, of course, and NOT TRUE about all gay men in the U.S. But in the past few days, I've read some websites of people that I/others would call circumfetishists, and the authors are all gay men (mostly from the U.S., with two exceptions being one in the U.K. and one in Australia).
I'm just trying to understand WHY this is true. It would seem to me that, since all men (gay and straight) have penises, they would be equally likely or unlikely to want to preserve maximum sensitivity. But my *sense* (again, NOT factually true, just a sense based on all the reading I do on this and related subjects) is that gay men seem to be more vocally in support of circ than straight men.
Please, no flames -- and please, correct me if I am totally off base -- but I really would like to understand this so I can educate if and when the opportunity arises.