Do Women Have More Pleasure during Sex with Circumcised or Uncircumcised Men?
Do women have more pleasure during sex with circumcised or uncircumcised men? Some women prefer either circumcised or uncircumcised penises over the other. However, this is most likely due to whatever they are accustomed to seeing. By the 1970s, 80 percent of American male infants were circumcised though that figure has dropped to 60 percent today. This still handily outdistances the international average of 15 percent.
There are three common complaints from American women about sex: vaginal dryness, vaginal discomfort or pain, and difficulty achieving orgasm during intercourse. In my opinion, all three of these problems are not the woman’s fault at all. Those problems exist almost entirely because her partner’s penis is missing its foreskin.
Circumcised sex may cause the vagina to abnormally tense up and decrease its lubrication. Women report more problems with lubrication when having sex with circumcised men, possibly because of irritation from the harder tip and involuntary tensing against it, and also because the longer stroke length tends to remove lubrication from the vagina. Often, an artificial lubricant is necessary.
During intercourse, the foreskin acts as an effective natural lubricant, and that’s very important for women. The foreskin and the rest of the shaft skin are loose and can move or “glide” up and down the shaft of the penis. Looking at it in another way, the penis shaft can move and glide inside the foreskin. During intercourse, the shaft of the intact penis doesn’t rub up against the walls of the vagina like a circumcised penis does. Instead, it slides back and forth inside its own foreskin. This gives the woman a great sense of motion while almost eliminating the uncomfortable rubbing friction that is felt during intercourse with a circumcised penis.
The abundant skin of the natural penile shaft further cushions the force of the coronal ridge in the vagina. In addition, the mobile skin of the penis is “grasped” by the ridges of the vaginal mucosa and held in place. The bunching and unbunching of penile skin during intercourse enhances a man’s pleasure, but it also excites the woman. The give of the uncircumcised penis allows for more bend and flex of the organ in the vagina, adding to a woman’s pleasure and comfort
As an uncircumcised man thrusts in and out of a woman’s vagina, his penis head is repeatedly being covered and uncovered by the foreskin, and the head contacts both the inner foreskin and the vagina. The foreskin itself is also being directly stimulated by the vaginal walls, and the interaction between the vagina, foreskin, and penis head produces intensely pleasurable sensations for the man.
Because of the sensitivity of the penis head and all the stimulation provided by the interactions of the vagina, foreskin, and penis head, an uncircumcised man can use more slow and deliberate thrusts, being able to focus on pleasuring his partner instead of his need to work to achieve orgasm. During sex with an uncircumcised penis, both the penis and vagina ride on a cushion of skin, and the vagina experiences pleasure without the soreness that can often accompany circumcised sex. The foreskin is a natural gliding stimulator of the vaginal walls during intercourse, helping her to achieve orgasm more easily.
You should be pleased with your penis regardless of whether it is circumcised or uncircumcised. Both work just fine, and each has its own unique qualities. Some women prefer the hard, fast, and vigorous technique common among circumcised men, while other women women prefer the slow, gentle, deliberate style of lovemaking most commonly seen among uncircumcised men. Though I appreciate the comfort and extra sensation that an uncircumcised penis naturally provides, my first orgasm from intercourse was with a circumcised penis – and so was my last one. A man’s lovemaking skills have much more to do with a woman’s pleasure during sex than whether his penis is circumcised or uncircumcised.
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