5 Facts About Sex For The Uncircumcized

Here are 5 facts about sex for the uncircumcised. Uncircumcised men, also referred to as "uncut" or "intact" men, still retain the foreskin on their penises. For many, the look of an uncut penis is unattractive. There are also those who believe that uncircumcised men are "dirty" and "smelly" and that sex with an uncircumcised man is not pleasurable. However, as many studies have proven, none of these things are the case. Actually, it has been proven that sex with a uncircumcised man could be better than with a circumcised man. Below are five facts about sex with uncircumcised men. 

Fact #1: Uncircumcised men have more sensitivity than circumcised men. Men who have been circumcised lose feeling in the shaft after a period of time, due to a process called keratinization. The foreskin was meant to protect the shaft from frequent contact. Without the protection of the foreskin, the shaft is unprotected and over time, can lose sensitivity. However because of the foreskin protection, the shaft remains sensitive, which equates to more feeling during sex and manual manipulation of the penis.

Fact #2: 50 percent of all men are "uncut." The United States is the only country in the world that has more circumcised men than uncircumcised. In the rest of the world, uncircumcised penises are the norm. So, even though it might seem as if an uncut man is a rarity, it really is not.

Fact #3: Women have an increased chance of achieving orgasm with an uncircumcised man. The foreskin acts as a "massager" for the vagina, creating more sensations for the woman. It also decreases the chance of  "female dryness" during sex.

Fact #4: Uncircumcised men seldom need lubricants in order to masturbate or be masturbated. The foreskin is naturally lubricated, so when the penis is stroked, it naturally lubricates itself. 

Fact #5: Uncircumcised men last as long as circumcised men during sex. Some people believe that uncut men do not last as long in bed as cut men. However, according to the Journal of Sexual Medicine, a circumcised man lasts 6.7 minutes until ejaculation compared to 6.0 minutes for an uncircumcised man. 

 

 

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