First off, I, like most men in the world, am uncircumcised. There will always be debates on polarizing matters, like this one, but I just want to say this: most of us defend foreskins because we know what it's like. It's been with us our whole lives and it services us well. We know what it's like to feel that little piece of skin go back and forth and give us uncomparable pleasure. On the circumcised side there are a few who actually decided to get cut as adults, so they are the ones who truly know both sides, but of course, they're prone to defend their new status because if they had liked their foreskin they wouldn't have had it cut in the first place. Then again, there are those who hate being cut and go through some procedures to get their foreskins back, and of course, they're also going to defend their new status. The thing is, most cut guys have been like that their whole lives too, so they just stick up to what they are (or were made), but we, oh, we know better. And if it's already there, why go through the [literal] pains of removing it?