Cuttitng a baby penis is not easy - you are dealing with a very delicate part of an already small thing. The results are very much hit and miss.
In my case I specifically asked my Dr to cut the least possible on my operation. I was reassured that best efforts would be made. I was also reassured that there would be no difference to my life after.
Dealing with my fully grown adult penis, the Dr had plenty to play with compared to a baby.
And yet I lost my frenulum, I lost alot of skin. And yet I am told my cut is a relatively good one.
And as for being told there is no differnce after, all I can say is that the drop in daily comfort and intimacy pleasure is a tragic loss compared my previously very happy life. I had no choice, in my case, but I reach out everyday to use my rare insight into the difference of being natural to then being cut to try to open the minds of those who have been programmed to think this is a good thing to impose on their boys. Sadly, in my discussions I am disappointed to realise that many women are either ignorant, flatly dismissive, or just go blank on the subject of the male penis. Or they are simply just set on the ways of those around them, end of story. The compassionate side of many ladies and mothers just seems to vanish when you talk about mens bits.
Is it really so hard to realise that mens bits are highly sensitive and delicate, just like the female bits are? and just like the female bits, they need covering up and careful treatment, not cutting up and permanent exposure.
Last edited by JLUK; 12-14-2015 at 03:22 AM.