Are cut men more inclined to be adulterous ?
The notion that a circumcised man is more inclined to be promiscuous than his natural collegue is a regular question in the forum of cut men who are awakened to and question what has been done to them.
Some cut men realise that they experience reduced sensations - in simple terms their penis is less flexible/excitable due to the tightness of not having a moveable foreskin, and the important 'knob' bit is somewhat raw and desensatised because it is exposed all day, having lost its natural cover.
The sex drive is present, but the means to proper relief, "getting off", are greatly reduced as the penis has been compromised. Whilst its possible to orgasm, the quality of that orgasm just isnt fully satisfactory, whatever you try to do.
What than man is left with is an over-desire to find extra excitement. The consequence is that, with less quality, that man is pushed by his drive to find excitement by quantity, ie more partners, where the emotional excitement of a new partner compensates the physical loss.
My own experience is starting to confirm this observation. I am deeply in love with my partner, but since being cut last year the quality of my orgasms is significantly reduced. As my drive is still strong, there is an increasing itch to get proper satisfaction and relief, somehow. I have no emotional desire or intention of cheating on my wife, but I cannot deny, regretfully, that in the back of my mind my unsatisfied sex drive since losing my foreskin is making me curious. I hate it, its not the way I have been in my natural life which ended barely a year ago, and makes me deeply sad and confused with regard to the love and respect I have for my partner.
But I can understand that other men are driven to act on this problem, and become promiscuous, more so then they would otherwise be if uncut as they try to get relief and compensate for their loss of natural enjoyment.
So my emotional experience clearly supports the idea that cut men may be more inclined to play the field, not because they are are born like that (as some men are, cut or not cut), but as a result of the loss of foreskin that is imposed on them. Quantity is needed to replace natural quality. Its a long term consequence risk that Drs and parents dont consider when looking down on their baby with a knife in their hands.
Any similar experiences, either side ?
For the record, I have discussed this with my urologist/sexologist (penis expert). He completely sympathises and recognises this state of mind so its not just me going mad on my own.
Last edited by JLUK; 12-17-2015 at 11:50 PM.