Depending on where you're from, the procedure is done for medical, religious, or traditional reasons. From a medical perspective, Circumcision is the surgical removal of the foreskin, the tissue covering the head glans of the penis. During a circumcision, the foreskin the retractable roll of skin covering the end of the penisis freed from the head of the penis, and the excess foreskin is trimmed off.
The book has a website at www. To date no study has investigated whether this dramatic alteration in the male genitalia affects the sexual pleasure experienced by the female partner or whether a woman can physically discern the difference between a penis with a foreskin. The impact that male circumcision has on the overall sexual experience for either partner is unknown.
Prefer uncircumcised. Circumcised feels a bit awkward to get into the vagina because of the lack of natural lube of the foreskin. The same with oral.
Forgot Password? Register for Online Access. I mean, literally. As a woman, I lack the proper anatomy parts to be able to experience this particular rite of passage on my own body.
Did any of you read the recent Kenyan story about the wife who reported her husband to her village men for being uncircumcised? There was a video to boot. We women can be dangerous when crossed eh?
Little is known about the effect of this roll-out on women. The objective of this study was to assess the knowledge and perceptions of women regarding MC in a setting before and after the roll-out. Data from three community-based cross sectional surveys conducted inand amongand adult women, respectively were studied.
If a man is circumcised, he faces an increased risk of experiencing delayed orgasm, and his female partner has an increased risk of not feeling sexually fulfilled. This is the clear-cut conclusion of a new Danish research article, which has received international attention. Some 5, sexually active men and women were surveyed about their experiences and possible problems with their sex lives.
I hate being the person who asks this question but I'm a something year old woman who loves sex. I know exactly what I love and how to get myself off when I'm with a man and have a good, healthy sexual appetite. However, I find myself facing something I've never come across before. I'm hearing myths and all kinds of stories about the lack of sensitivity in a circumcised penis and I feel as though everything I ever learned about sex, how to get a guy off and stimulate him, as well as myself is about to be thrown out of the window.
About a year ago, I had my first encounter with an uncircumcised penis. I should add that there was a man attached to the penis; he was someone who I'd been out with on a couple dates, and that night was our first time. I didn't notice the difference at first -- unless you're really looking, it's difficult to discern an intact penis from a circumcised one when the penis is erect.