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post #41 of 89
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Originally Posted by Nathan1097 View Post
That, and there is anatomy missing! The frenulum, the bit where the foreskin wraps around the front of the shaft from where it attaches to the frenulum, the fact that the skin is very loose and mobile, the ridged band.... the dark color of the glans. How can you NOT know? However, my intact partner just told me a few days ago that out of two dozen or so partners over the years, I'm the only one to have said anything about it. Then again, I don't know how many of them were not Canadian- except two that I know of.
One of the two intact partners I had, looked circed when erect. I never would've known had I not seen him flacid. It's not always that obvious unless you are looking for it.
post #42 of 89
I met my ex (my son's father) from the internet MIRC in the channel called # purplespottedflyingmonkeys he was born in Poland lived there for 6 yrs he has a twin brother(fraternal) and a brother who's 10 yrs older than him They had lived in Ohio and Michigan through their school years.

My ex is still living in So. California the burbank, glendale, North Hollywood area. He's still intact and I'm assuming his nephew is intact too because his SIL is mexican. Plus my ex was born in 67.

My uncle's who were born in late 40's and early 50's were circ'ed my cousin who were born in the 70's were all circ'ed . So were the cousins born in the 80's as circ'ed. My brother was born in early 80's.

Too bad none of my 'family had kids born in the 60 except for my son's dad side.

Anyways , I do wonder if my son is the only intact boy on his momma side of family but if so then it shows I do not buckled under society pressure .
I do wonder of one of my cousin husband who is pretty older and was born proably before the 40's or early 40's because she got to watch my mom growing up & she got to see me grow up she was school mates with my grandma.
post #43 of 89
Canada

Dan is intact (born in 1980) For all you single ladies, he's got a twin brother.

I assume my Dad is too (English) but really, I don't need to know.
post #44 of 89
DH is Chinese, born & raised in Hong Kong. They don't practice RIC there. He was HORRIFIED to find out that it is practiced here.



- Kira
post #45 of 89
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Originally Posted by whateverdidiwants View Post
My dh is Korean, and all of my previous intact partners were hispanic. (I grew up in Miami)
FIL is Korean and MIL is white. She convinced him to circ my dh. : Alas, I will never find out what's its like... unless I can convince DH to restore :
post #46 of 89
Paddington - FWIW, my dh was homebirthed in a little shack in Pusan, not born in the US.
post #47 of 89
Well, apparently something went right in the 70's in Vermont. 5 of my previous partners were intact - 4 were born in VT in the late 70's. One was born in San Diego in the mid-70's (his dad is African - I'm not sure if that makes a difference?).

My little bro (born in VT in '88) is also intact - Go Mom!!!
post #48 of 89
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Originally Posted by witchbaby View Post
my friends import them. one married an indian guy, another an irish guy.
: This is what I did. Most Indian guys are intact.
post #49 of 89
I've had 3 guys that were intact. 2 were English, and one was American. The American one had Spanish parents so they didn't cut him or his brothers. He talked about kind of wanting to get cut and I told him exactly why he shouldn't he's still intact with NOOOOOOO plans on getting cut.
post #50 of 89
I've only found one intact, and I married him immediately!!!!

Gotta get an import. The cute accents are a bonus too. You can just get a Canadian, they're pretty easy to come by.

I don't want too be too crude, but I will say....after comparing, the original design just functions better. I consider my son's uncut status a gift to my future daughter in law.
post #51 of 89
It's just total luck that I got an intact partner. He's American, he's my age (born in 1975). He was born in a small conservative town. But luckily, he had a grandmother who was a nurse but who had a mind of her own. Very opinionated. She said, "Don't do it. There's no reason to." YAY!!!!!
post #52 of 89
Sometimes, when a guy is hard it is hard to tell if he is intact or not, did you see them soft, or in light?
post #53 of 89
My intact guys were, first a guy from Mexico (he would sneak up across the boarder to go party or I would go down to his place in Mexico), then an American guy who was almost circed but his mom, a nurse, at the last minute freaked and took him from the doctor (Yah!!), and the third was a guy from Holland here doing research for part of his medical degree. I can only think of 3 intacts I have been with. Like someone said, once you've had intact, you don't go back. But unfortunately DH is circed. It feels like so different I have explained it to people like it's a third gender.
post #54 of 89
I have had one intact partner (I use that term loosely...we only ever fooled around...never DTD) and it it was obvious to me when I was with him that he was intact (more skin than usual for example). Well, and he told me

He is American born to European immigrants (Yugoslavian) parents, born in the early 70s soon after they came here.

Is it totally wrong that I am perpetually tempted to ask him to give a me a roll, just so I know what it is like? : NO, I never would...but the prospect of never having that experience is a little depressing (being married to a circ'ed man and all).
post #55 of 89
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Paddington - FWIW, my dh was homebirthed in a little shack in Pusan, not born in the US.
My DH was born in Long Beach, CA... yeah, My MIL is a nurse and fell for the release of info at that time at the hospitals. I think that's why my FIL just let her do it and didn't fight it. He was born in Korea so I don't think they have long conversations about the purpose of the foreskin (which I am soo having with my sons ) so he just figured it was no big deal :
post #56 of 89
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Originally Posted by box_of_rain View Post
Well, apparently something went right in the 70's in Vermont. 5 of my previous partners were intact - 4 were born in VT in the late 70's. One was born in San Diego in the mid-70's (his dad is African - I'm not sure if that makes a difference?).

My little bro (born in VT in '88) is also intact - Go Mom!!!
My brothers were left intact too. I love that my mother even though she was only 18 found out that it hurts and isn't necessary. Of course, this might have been helped by my father being intact : (My family is African American--I don't know the rates of AA circ in California though....)
post #57 of 89
Lol, I think it is b/c my DH was born in another country. He came to the US when he was in 2nd grade. HOWEVER, his brother IS circ'd. My stupid mil tricked my bil into getting circ'd. She lied and told him they were going somewhere else, when he was jr high aged. Can you imagine??? He doesn't get along with his mom and I always tell my DH it is b/c he still resents her for doing this horrible thing to him. Ironically, my nephew is circ'd, but I am sure mil had some influence, she threw a fit when she found out I was not circ'ing my kids. She wanted to get my DH circ'd too, but when he saw his brother come home holding his crotch and crying, he said he refused to go anywhere with his parents, so they weren't able to trick him into doing it. My mil did it, b/c she thought it was the new trend (she's very vain and shallow, appearance and material wealth is EVERYTHING. Nice. She from south korea. I have no clue what the circ rate is there, probably higher now than before though, since they often like to follow western trends. Both of my brothers are not circ'd (I asked my mom), b/c my dad (a ped), didn't think it was necessary and we were all born in the US (but my parents are from taiwan, where I know for a fact the BF rate is even worse than the US, so I also wonder what the circ rate is there now).
post #58 of 89
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Originally Posted by dynamohumm6 View Post
I don't know, but everyone that's pro-circ seems to know all of them, and they all have "problems" and "wish they were circed".
Lol, soooo true! Everyone that is pro-circ always seems to, "know" someone who ended up having, "hygiene" problems. My DH just shakes his head, he thinks that if they have, "hygiene" problems, that it wouldn't matter even if they WERE circ'd, since they obviously are just too gross to wash themselves correctly to begin with. He thinks those guys are the ones that just blame it on their foreskin instead of their poor habits. When ppl tell me their, "horror" stories, I always tell them about the stories I have heard as a nurse from patients who had botched circs. It shuts them up pretty fast.
post #59 of 89
South Koreans all have their kids circumcised as some kind of rite of passage to adulthood when they're teenagers, it's a left over from the US occupation in the Korean war, apparently before then it wasn't done at all. The rate of infant circ is very low, but about 90% of the adult men are done when they hit their teens. She was probably just following her custom when she did it to your bil.
post #60 of 89
go to Russia ! There are alot of hot men out there and I bet you won't find a single circ'd one! So don't even bother to bring a lubricant with you, you won't be needing it .
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