Do Women Prefer Circumcised Men?

do women prefer circumcised menThere are as many sexual fantasies and preferences as there are people out there. When it comes to the male organ, it seems that the majority of women, at least in the US, prefer a circumcised penis mostly for aesthetic reasons. At the same time, a smaller minority actually like the uncut penis, primarily because they enjoy the sensation of feeling how foreskin is moving back and forth during sex. This is not something a woman who has never had sex with an uncircumcised man would know.

More importantly, however, is the fact that being circumcised or uncircumcised is rarely a deal breaker to a woman, if she otherwise likes you and is attracted to you for other more significant and more compelling reasons, such as your personality, confidence, ambition, sense of humor, etc. I am yet to hear a guy being rejected by a woman just because he is uncircumcised. So, if you are uncircumcised because of your country of origin or for any other reason, don’t concern yourself with that too much, and focus on other elements of who you are to make yourself more attractive and more desirable to the opposite sex.

You might meet a woman who would tell you that she really prefers circumcised men before you have sex. Don’t let it bother you too much, especially because she might enjoy having sex with you for a number of other reasons, and your being uncircumcised will turn into a small and relatively insignificant factor. If you are an interesting guy who also happened to be a giving, exciting sexual partner, whether you are circumcised or not is unlikely to make that much of a difference.

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Robin-Frans Winkel
Robin-Frans Winkel
5 years ago

Sarah Silverman has re-opened the discussion about masturbation. Was Kellog completely wrong?!

erica
erica
7 years ago

I have been with lots of different men in my life. Yes so I was slut. Who wasn't? But my long relationships have always been with circumcised men. I have been with uncircumcised men, and it always grossed me out! Even when they were showered and clean it still reaked of a foul smell. And giving oral sex gagged me badly. I cannot stand uncircumcised men! My girlfriends feel the same way! And guess what so does my girlfriends teenage daughters! They prefer cirumcised men. Its more beautiful and clean and is more enjoyable. All of my boyfriends were proud to be circumcised! And so will my son whom I've circumcised. And so are my girlfriends sons. Thank god! I don't believe in taking circumcision away. If I were a man its what I'd want for myself.

Robin-Frans Winkel
Robin-Frans Winkel
6 years ago
Reply to  erica

I get the idea that intactivist “women” are usually sockpuppets.

Arbiter
Arbiter
8 years ago

Funny to hear Americans talk about circumcision. Of course they will say a woman prefer a man with a mutilated, desensitized penis, as that is what they have. Most women outside the U.S. would be shocked if they knew that Americans actually cut off part of a child's penis, and think it is something good.

Circumcision became a widespread plague in the U.S. because Puritans thought it would prevent boys from masturbating, which of course it doesn't. It just takes away sensitivity from the penis. The media would have addressed this long ago if it wasn't for the fact that the media are full of Jewish executives and financiers, and they have an interest in making sure the people around them are also circumsized, so they won't be ridiculed for their practice. (Although thankfully, non-Jews don't have the mutilation carried out by a rabbi who cuts off the skin with a knife and then bends down to suck on the boy's benis to suck up the blood.)

Instead we get the "health" fable, that a normal, unmutilated penis – what men in the rest of the world have – is full of something called "smegma". That is a minor secretion that appears under the foreskin once or twice in very small boys, is simply wiped away and never comes back again. Americans, hilariously, are taught that it is some sort of endemic state for those with unmutilated penises.

A tip for Americans who still believe that mutilating a defenseless child, who is given no choice, is a good thing: how about you burn your armpits too? Burn and scar the armpits until they can't produce sweat. Wouldn't that be an improvement that actually has a practical benefit? You still won't do it, you say? But you approve of mutilating a child's penis for no other reason than because it happened to you. Okay.

Robin-Frans Winkel
Robin-Frans Winkel
6 years ago
Reply to  Arbiter

“Puritans thought it would prevent boys from masturbating, which of course it doesn&#039t. It just takes away sensitivity from the penis.”

If it takes away sensitivity from the penis then it necessarily makes masturbation harder. About every woman with experience will tell you that handjobs are far easier with uncircumcised men because the foreskin glides up and down. Intactivists also tell that the gliding action is very important during intercourse. But this gliding action outside the vagina and inside the hand is what we all call masturbation.

Anne
Anne
8 years ago

Hello,

I by far prefer a man who is CUT rather than one who is not. The health benifits are endless and I'm not sure what the above poster was talking about but I am in my 20's and all my girlfriends much prefer a man who is CUT as to an UNCUT penis. UNCUT is a higer risk of STD's that is proven and less risk of HIV. Research folks! I will not sleep with a man who is not cut. My opinion, Girls my age do prefer cut, though.

Mark
Mark
8 years ago
Reply to  Anne

The other side of the coin:

Thirty-eight leading physicians from Europe, Canada and Australia say that some American doctors support circumcision because of cultural bias, and that the claimed health benefits are either questionable or too weak to justify surgery on boys before they are old enough to provide consent.

No medical organization says circumcision offers immediate health benefits, and only American-influenced groups claim it offers debatable potential benefits. The conditions the procedure supposedly reduces the risk of acquiring are either rare (penile cancer), easily treatable (urinary tract infections) or can be prevented in less intrusive and more effective ways (condoms in the case of sexually transmitted diseases).

Studies show that circumcision is significantly painful and traumatic, resulting in large increases in heart rate, blood pressure and stress hormone levels. Some infants don't cry because they go into shock. The trauma can cause behavioral and neurological changes and disrupt mother-child bonding and feeding.

Circumcision carries dozens of surgical risks, including in rare cases death. The American Academy of Pediatrics says "the true incidence of complications after newborn circumcision is unknown." Therefore, it can't credibly compare benefits and risks.

Advocates of circumcision say it doesn't affect sexual function, but they haven't satisfied their burden of proof, and common sense and multiple studies say otherwise. Circumcision removes over a third of the erogenous tissue on the penile shaft, including several kinds of specialized nerves. The adult foreskin, a double-layer movable sleeve of about 12 square inches, enhances sexual pleasure and facilitates intercourse.

One man compared having sex after an adult circumcision to "seeing in black and white instead of in color." According to some studies, circumcised men are more likely to have erectile dysfunction (4.5 times higher likelihood of using ED drugs), orgasm difficulties and premature ejaculation, while their female partners have more problems with sexual function, fulfillment, and painful intercourse. A survey of women with comparative sexual experience showed they strongly prefer genitally intact men.

Psychological harms are reported by clinicians and circumcised men. They include anger toward parents and others, sexual anxieties, reduced emotional expression and empathy, low self-esteem and avoidance of intimacy.

Questions about potential harms remain, yet researchers defending circumcision avoid studying them. Since psychological harms can disrupt relationships, could circumcision be connected to America's uniquely high divorce rate? Is circumcision trauma linked to autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, which occur about three to four times more often in boys? The rise and fall of male infant mortality correlates with the rise and fall of the circumcision rate. Is there a connection? An MRI showed permanent brain changes in a circumcised infant. What are the effects of circumcision trauma on the brain?

Rather than admit a serious mistake, the US ignore the harm and produce endless inflated medical claims to defend our bias. Some research shows that circumcision is favored more often by circumcised physicians.

Watch a circumcision video and trust your feelings, instincts, common sense and nature. You will want to keep your baby safe from specious genital surgery and trauma.

Myths and facts of circumcision (although this is obviously biased, it is overall decent information): http://www.intactamerica.org/learnmore

Robin-Frans Winkel
Robin-Frans Winkel
6 years ago
Reply to  Anne

Yes, washing leads to callousing as well. Irritation of the inner foreskin will make circumcision inevitable anyway.

Tom
Tom
9 years ago

Most women prefer a circumcised man but I have noticed that the older a woman is it seems like the more they prefer circumcised guys. Many younger women these days are reconsidering the reasons for this procedure. one friend who is 64 years old belives that boys should always be circumcised for “health” reasons. Older women generaly like circumcision but young women are slowly switching to uncirced.

anonymous
anonymous
9 years ago

I’d say most women prefer circumcised men, but it would never be a dealbreaker. Not a huge issue…