so i'm about to turn 30 this year and i've been in a healthy relationship with my girlfriend for about 6 months now, but every now and then we get to talking about our sex lives with each other, mainly this discussion turns to the subject of my dick. The thing is i'm not circumcised and i wonder about getting it done sometimes. My girlfriend tells me how i'm the only guys she's ever been with that still has a foreskin, and that she likes the look of a "cut" guy better. Personally i like the "cut" look better too, but i'm worried about losing the sensation in the head of my penis after the operation, what if sex is never the same???? i don't think i could live with the feeling of having less sensational sex for the rest of my life. --so i wanna ask the guys: whats your take on it? i wouldn't mind getting cut, but is it worth the risk? has anyone ever had the surgery done that has any useful input? if you ARE cut, how do you like it? input would be REALLY helpful, thanks guys.View Thread
I've been shaving my balls and member for a few years now, I just Always found having pubes to be a hassle an one day I decided to get rid of em. My woman likes that I do this, it makes pleasuring each other more enjoyable. Regardless of how any of you feel about a man shaving his parts, I'd like to know does anyone know about any kind of hair removal products besides waxing that are effective in removing hair down there? Shaving has been effective but every now and then it gets hazardous, small cut here or there, and occasional razor burn I've always wondered about using Nair for men, or some kind of cream but Ive ears they can be really painful in sensitive areas like the groin- any advice or suggestions would be awesome, thanks guys.View Thread
no reading your replies i decided not to go through with it, i'd honestly still prefer the look of my penis if it were circumcised but my sensitivity is NOT something i can even begin to contemplate giving up anymore, you guys are right its simply not worth it.View Thread
alright so overall some good first advice, thanks guys. I wasn't considering getting cut simply to please my girlfriend if thats what a lot of you were thinking; the fact that she likes cut men simply brought the issue to my attention more because i had been thinking about it for a while. Some people have even told me that once you're cut, you grow bigger, but i have my doubts i think at this age there won't be much more developing going on.
Indigenous: thats sorta why i'm asking for input. a foreskin tends to get in the way of some things, like when i ejaculate it can catch a lot of it, my glans penis has amazing sensation during sex but when anything touches it otherwise it can be very uncomfortable, and sometimes i think i'd prefer a harder glans that isn't sensitive to EVERYTHING ya know? my foreskin usually slides back behind my head during sex but at times it can be cumbersome, especially when putting on a condom. I also find that skin residue tends to get caught under it and the only way i can clean a place like that is to blast my cock with hot water in the shower, not too fun.View Thread
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