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Recently, I've heard this from several circed men.<br>
They're a <i>little</i> upset about what was done to them as babies, but they're general opinion is "Well, it was done to me...and I don't care...I still get it off..."<br>
And from women: ( about circed men)<br>
"Well he still doesn't have any problem climaxing...how fast would it be if he was intact?"<br>
What do I say to this?
 

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The male comment is easy: "You have nothing to compare it with b/c you never had sex or remember being intact."<br><br>
The female comment: The foreskin has special nerve receptors that tell a man how close he is to coming so being intact actually makes you more sensitive to timing and less likely to be premature. Also, the gliding motion of the foreskin makes the man have to thrust in and out less and give the woman more pleasant sensations.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">Recently, I've heard this from several circed men.<br>
They're a <i>little</i> upset about what was done to them as babies, but they're general opinion is "Well, it was done to me...and I don't care...I still get it off..."</div>
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I once had a man working for me (I've told this story before) that commented on how beautiful my azaleas were. Asaleas are a shrub grown in the south that are totally covered with blooms of red, pink, purple and white and all shades in between. Some of them are so intense in color that they are almost gaudy. The blooms are often so thick that you can't see the green part of the plant. This man was totally color blind! It was obvious that he recognized the beauty but could not participate in the full granduer of this wonder of nature. So it is with a circumcised man. He gets the blooms of his sexuality but will never know the shades of color.<br><br>
There is no question that a circumcised man's orgasm is powerful and enjoyable but there is also no question that he can't participate in all of the subtlties of sexual intercourse. Consider a person that is born with no arms and then think about them trying to figure out what feeling a baby's soft skin would feel like if they did have fingers. It's something that they can not imagine because they have never experienced the sensations that the fingers povide. So it is with a circumcised man. He has never experienced the sensations that his foreskin and frenulum would have provided and he is not even able to imagine what they would have felt like any more than we can imagine what it would feel like to be a dog with a tail to wag. Obviously, dogs enjoy wagging their tail but we would all clearly say that we have not missed anything by not having a tail to wag.<br><br><br><div style="margin:20px;margin-top:5px;">
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<table border="0" cellpadding="6" cellspacing="0" width="99%"><tr><td class="alt2" style="border:1px inset;">And from women: ( about circed men)<br>
"Well he still doesn't have any problem climaxing...how fast would it be if he was intact?"<br>
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Well, obviously women have no idea that there is anything more than the orgasm or climax for a man. That's so totally wrong that it should be obvious but it isn't. There is also the false impression that the extra sensitivity will result in premature ejaculation. It doesn't! Believe it or not, the genitals are not the primary sexual organs. The brain is the primary sexual organ and those organs down south would be nothing more than exit points for urine if it weren't for the brain. Being of advanced years and more sexual experience than any man should have, years ago, I realized that to be a great lover, I had to first make love to a woman's brain and then to her body. So it is with a man. It's the sexual excitement of the brain that causes premature climax. Now, I willl have to admit that men (and espeically young men) are "self starters" and don't need much external mental stimulation. As a matter of fact, too much external mental stimulation can be counter productive and can cause premature ejaculation.<br><br>
I remember once many years ago, there was a very, very attractive young woman who graced me with her particiaption in some heavy petting in the back seat of my car. I was clearly over stimulated and you might say I had a wet dream while wide awake. I never even got my belt unbuckled! It is clear that my genitals had no participation in that! Without the input of the brain, a man wouldn't even have an erection much less a climax!<br><br>
Now, it seems to be a common misconception that the foreskin is an unfeeling, non-sensory apendage to the penis like hair or fingernails are to the fingers or head. This is certainly not true by any means! It also makes absolutely no sense that all of the other parts of the organ would be exquisitely sexually sensitive and the foreskin would be non-functional and almost devoid of any sexual function or sexual feelings. However, this seems to be the common perception.<br><br>
From my own experience with restoration, I suspect that the foreskin is like an early warning system for premature climax. That is that the foreskin and it's inherent structures are sensitive to the onset of ejaculation and give the man advance warning that it is coming. With that early warning, he can subtly change his actions to forestall the climax for a while and enjoy the act and thus avoid early ejaculation and become a better lover. I know that as a circumcised man, there was almost no sensory warning and once it started, it was almost impossible to stop it. That was very disappointing to some of my lovers as it should have been. They were making love to a crippled lover who did not have the ability to control himself.<br><br>
If anything, I suspect that having a foreskin will help the man overcome the excesive mental stimulation and avoid, to some degree, being a "60 second man."<br><br><br><br><br>
Frank
 

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Wow - hard to add anything to Frank's post. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/thumb.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="thumbs up"><br><br>
But I would just say this - if you ask a circumcised man if he minds being circumcised, almost all of them are going to say 'no'. Why? Because you have just asked, essentially, if there is something wrong with his penis.<br><br>
What guy is going to say 'yes' to that? Very, very few. No one (least of all men) want to think that their sexual experiences are less than they could be. It sucks.<br><br>
Denial is a lot easier, sadly.
 
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