Dating foreskin forums

As my good friend Amelia put it (not so delicately), "Who wants to make love to a penis that has to come out of hiding? What a penis looks like is important to any girl, and she's lying if she says otherwise." Is it just me, or does this sound reminiscent of the hyperfocus on what is acceptable for women below the belt?

This is the era of vajazzling and labiaplasty, styled landing strips and feminine sprays.

Most women had the same reaction I did and were "polite" about it when the "inevitable question arose." Interestingly, our talk of penises led to an even more intimate discussion, in which he revealed that his mother, protective of her only son, could not stomach the idea of hurting her baby boy. Since it's done when men are infants, long before I meet them, it had never occurred to me.

I wanted to know, did he feel like circumcision would've hurt him? For many contemporary parents, I've since learned, circumcision is a very big deal.

Most women are, in fact, equal-opportunity employers in bed.

It wasn't until the post-coital moments of relaxation and intimacy that I saw what was going on down there. As someone who took many -- probably too many -- Women's Studies classes in college, I'm keenly aware of society's unrealistic definition of what's sexy, especially when it comes to women's bodies.

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.

While it wasn’t touched on during the debates, foreskin is an issue that affects everyone. And as in most elections, the more moderate perspective always seems to win.

By a slim margin, the greatest number of respondents remain foreskin-neutral, which is good news for men everywhere.

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