Saturday, May 23, 2015

What do women prefer, cut or uncut? Does circumcision affect sexual pleasure?

Via People Daily
Circumcision has become a hot topic in recent times especially now that it has become a tool for HIV prevention, but outside health ramifications circumcision debate usually boils down to sexual pleasure and hygiene. But does being circumcised or uncircumcised affect sexual pleasure? Is being “cut” really cleaner?

And what do women think about the subject ? Although the topic is often regarded by most women as something not to be discussed outside the bedroom, women still have strong opinions on the subject, with most having a variety of opinions on the subject. Jackie Omamo•, a business woman says she would never have any type of sexual relationship with a man who is not circumcised.

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“It may not be an issue for every woman out there but it is a deal breaker for me, a man needs to be cut.The uncircumcised penis has a foul smell. Everyone is different and some women may like the smell but not me; a circumcised man is much cleaner down there.

I also hear that circumcision can help prevent spread of HIV, and from my experience it does not affect a man’s performance in the bedroom,” says Omamo.

However, Joan Mukei• who works as a customer service representative for an insurance company believes that men who are uncircumcised make better lovers. “I have generally dated men who are uncut, and only recently did I date a man who was circumcised and the experience was different.

It was very dry and painful when we had intercourse, I assume it is because he was circumcised. I do not like the scar that men who are circumcised have. I ended the relationship shortly after,” explains Mukei. Mercy Maina•, a journalist on the other hand wonders what all the hullabaloo is all about.

“I think that those who have a problem with uncircumcised men are women who have not dated one, but when you have been with one you realise that it is not big deal, circumcised or uncircumcised, a man is still a man. No woman will refuse a man only for the fact that he has been circumcised.”

Sociologist Catherine Gakii notes that the question of whether women prefer circumcised or uncircumcised men is a very hot one and varies from person to person and often depends on one’s culture or how they were brought up. “It has not been scientifically proven that being cut or uncut has any effect on sex.

I think that people should respect the cultures of others whether that involves circumcision or no circumcision. In my own culture men are cut but in other cultures it is not practiced. And of course I have heard various arguments on the issue, that when one is cut, he is cleaner, while another group argue that sex is better with a man who has not been cut,” says Gakii.

“Everyone has an opinion on the issue, but I believe whatever one believes, it is important to respect each other. A lot of times women are shy about this topic because it is in our nature to want to protect our partners, you may hear people talking about lack of satisfaction or poor performance but the cut is usually something people do not talk about culturally but the world is changing and women are now able to be more open about preferences and tastes.”

Benefits of circumcision
Is a tool for AIDS prevention A decreased risk of urinary tract infections A reduced risk of some sexually transmitted diseases in men. Protection against penile cancer and a reduced risk of cervical cancer in female sex partners. Prevention of balanitis (inflammation of the glans) and balanoposthitis (inflammation of the glans and foreskin).

Prevention of phimosis (the inability to retract the foreskin) and paraphimosis (the inability to return the foreskin to its original location). Circumcision also makes it easier to keep the end of the penis clean.

There is no clear-cut answer how circumcision affects female pleasure. One recent study from Denmark found that women with circumcised spouses were twice as likely to report dissatisfaction in the sack than those with uncircumcised hubbies. (But other studies have shown the opposite.)

Benefits of the foreskin
Without a foreskin, vaginal dryness occurs, which can eventually make sex difficult and un-pleasurable for the woman since the man’s dry glans tends to scoop out the woman’s natural lubricant.

Women with circumcised partners are three times more likely to experience sexual pain as the uncircumcised penis is better lubricated. The penile frenulum is a male “G-spot” and depending on the surgical method used, the frenulum is partially to completely destroyed by circumcision.

The foreskin has oestrogen receptors which absorb oestrogen from the woman’s vagina during intercourse, which has a psychological effect on the male which makes him more intimate towards the female. -Protection.The sleeve of tissue known as the foreskin normally covers the glans and protects it from abrasion, drying, callusing (keratinization), and environmental contaminants.

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