Sex with a foreskin

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  1. indianboy2006

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    I've just started having unprotected sex with my girlfriend (she's on the pill) but have some issues with my foreskin. Can anyone who has experience of this tell me whether the foreskin should be fully rolled back before inserting or not - I find it quite tight around the head if it is rolled back and therefore sex is not all that pleasurable.

    Any comments welcome.
     
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    What is comfortable for you? I'm restoreing my foreskin and I personaly like to just let it be natural.. in that I like to just let my dick to penatate her naturally as it is. Your foreskin should help both of you. I don't think you should roll it back. The foreskin should play a big roll in your sensation and also make her feel great too!
     
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    sex with a forskin is great.....
     
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    I don't think I ever gave that serious consideration; I suspect I just made the necessary adjustment. My foreskin is partially drawn back whenever I am fully aroused and things can get a bit slippery with all of the lubrication in the aroused state.

    However I cannot fault the Designer or the Process by which the foreskin became a part of our natural heritage. Whoever suggested that a man should be deprived of that precious bit of skin and nerves before he was in a position to fight off his would be mutilator, is a killer of joy and hardly to be awarded the title of deity.
     
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    Mine still covers the head when I'm erect -- soft I've got a lot of overhang -- but it's very loose, and slides back and forth easily on its own if I'm having intercourse without a condom. (Which, unfortunately, I haven't done as often as I would have liked to!) So i just go in without rolling my foreskin back, and it slides back and forth as I go in and out like it's supposed to.

    When wearing a condom, I roll the 'skin back, unroll the condom, then have sex.

    Try sex without rolling back your foreskin. I bet you'll like it a lot better!

    It'll all work out in the end...
     
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    For me i start with the skin over the head cause it is easier to fit it in my wife. She says with the skin over the head it is easier for her to take me then when i pull it back and enter her with just the exposed head. So if u r large in size like myself it might be easier on her if u start with it over the head.
     
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    It should roll back naturally if you're erect and moving it in and out. If it's painful to roll back under any circumstance, then you should have a specialist look at it. There are cases of phimosis where the foreskin is actually too tight.
     
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    Amen, Hallelujah, Sing it, Praise Be, Can I get a witness! :hail:

    Sigh...I know my parents meant well but damn....oh well know I enjoy palying with uncut ones more. I might feel the other way if I was uncut, but I'll never know.
     
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    Yeah, this is all true for me too. Mine slides back and forth when unprotected, so just go in there with it rolled forward.
     
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    Stretch the opening every day for a few months with your fingers. The foreskin is very elastic and will stretch easily with a minimum of persistence.

    Play with it more.
     
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    Yes, gently pulling the opening wider will encourage it to grow, just like restoring only sideways. (If it hurts, you're doing it too hard.) A Navy doctor reports using small artery forceps on a sailor for 10 minutes a day and got an excellent result within two weeks.

    Then, experiment with having the skin forward or back. If she's well lubricated, either should be good. If not, having it forward brings your foreskin itself into play as a natural rolling bearing.
     
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    My foreskin has pulled back very easily as long as I can remember. When erect if the head is dry the skin will stay partly over the head, but if wet from oral or while penetrating a wet vagina then it slides back and forth easily. You should try foreskin stretching but don't go at it and over stretch it at first.
     
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    Important to know if it's tight or loose. If it's tight it can hurt and make having intercourse painful for you. Best to have a doctor look at it or - if possible - to pull back the skin before getting hard. If you have a loose foreskin just keep it over the glans and use it to stimulate both of you. Best is to find it out yourself. Try it with skin over the glans and pulled back. You feel the difference. I have a short foreskin but I prefer it most when it's not rolled back. My wife says she likes most the feeling of the corona which is pretty wide. So for her pleasure I should pull it back.
    Try and find out what both of you like most.
     
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    Mine gets all the way down, i think you should retract it, if it does not naturally.
     
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    However, retraction is not necessary for sexual pleasure. There is a myth that the glans (head) is most sensitive, while the fact is the foreskin is very sensitive. The glans is not particularly sensitive at all:

    Why Masters & Johnson's Circumcision Study is Flawed

    The shaft and glans of the penis are a mechanism for delivering sperm and bringing the expanded foreskin into play with the vaginal rugae for pleasure.

    Phimosis is often considered a medical condition. However I have seen many pictures of men who are proud of their very tight spouts. If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
     
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    Try stretching your skin.
     
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    Interesting to read how foreskin myths keep popping up. The nerve endings in the foreskin become erotic only around the frenulum and close to the glans. The nerves in the tip of the foreskin are for dectecting fine movement, such as invasion of ants or more likely flies etc.

    A foreskin should retract easily on erection and most males have frely retractable foreskins that lock behind the glans as intercourse progresses. There is a loss of friction and sensation for both the male and female if the foreskin keeps sliding back and forth since intercourse becomes simply masturbation in the vagina for the male and fails to meet the high points of a dildo for a woman. The circumcised penis offers many benefits for both partners although having sex with an unprepared women is easier for both in the uncut state!

    The glans' nerve endings respond to deep pressure which causes involuntary contractions in the perineal muscles, increasing the blood volume and thus size of the penis. This helps drive the need to ejaculate. The tension in the frenulum and direct stimulation of the corona are major erotic stimuli. Circumcised and uncircumcised males when masturbating MOSTLY put tension on the shaft skin and JUST brush the corona and rarely rub the glans. Circumcised guys get the advantage of direct stimulation, on the in and outstrokes, something that is much less commonly experienced in uncircumcised men.
    As for the comment above about the fallacies in the Masters and Johnson's work, that is just wishful thinking on the part of someone trying to justify being uncircumcised. Their study, however imperfect, has been backed up by other well done studies showing that circumcision does not decrease a male's erotic feelings. Indeed, the cutline becomes a highly charged area, perhaps defying immediate explanation.

    I am constantly amazed at the anger uncircumcised men have towards the circucmcised and the complete opposite from the circumcised. Why is that? There are very few vitriolic attacks from the cut guys on this subject. A casual perusal of these and other forums, not to mention medical journals, show that it is the uncircumcised penis that suffers many problems from painful erections, torn frenulums, inability to retract at all-- a SERIOUS problem that, despite one guy's comment above, is NOT normal and NOT okay-- it increases the risk of penile cancer dramatically!!! What an ignorant comment. Last- as for the Grand Designer-- He asked His chosen people to remove the foreskin!!! So, invoking that "argument" is a dead ender!

    As a previous foreskin owner, I regret only that I waited as long as I did to remove the impediment to a better sexual experience. As a physician, I was taught that it was imperative to remain natural under almost any circumstances... the Aussie medical profession, I finally realized does not know what a normal penis is really like and dismisses men with serious penile problems with arrogance and ignorance, NEVER admitting that a circumcised penis might be a major improvement over the natural state, and that it might be its optimal state.

    For those of you happy with your natural state, great!!!!!--- but to those of you who insist on making your improved brethren feel inferior, quit it! Without having experienced the circumcised state, you cannot know with any authority how to critique the effects of circumcision. For the most part we cut guys virtually never ask for you opinion. I responded in this forum to the know-it-alls above who love to dismiss the clear value of the circumcised penis with the fervor of attacking Visigoths...:smile:
     
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    Wow, another circumfetishist and a doctor to boot. Sounds like a fortunate combination, except for everyone unfortunate enough to be seeking real medical information.

    The foreskin is about the size of the infant's or the adult's palm. Your logic, or rather the lack of it defies immediate explanation. Perhaps more scarification would be to your sexual pleasure.
     
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    A lot of cut guys attack threads about foreskin, it happens all of the time

    I have experience in both states and I call tell you, quite clearly, that being circumcised has greatly reduced my ability to feel sexual pleasure. Many other men who were cut later in life without a medical need often express the same feelings.
     
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    As an uncut man I have great sympathy and am broadly in agreement with many of the points made by cutlate7. However, I do think that there is equally as much antagonism created by those in societies, such as the US, that routinely cut, against the uncut state.

    People seem to get ridiculously polarised towards their own state, blindly dismissing the opposite position. I am not one of those!

    There are perfectly valid reasons for circumcision, which I wholeheartedly support. If there are unresolvable problems with phimosis and a genuine, unbiased medic (as opposed to those quacks that are receiving a backhander for every cock that gets cut :biggrin1: ) recommends that a circumcision is unavoidable, then I have no problem with that. Likewise, if an individual beyond the age of majority elects to have a circumcision for cosmetic reasons, then I have no problem with that. What I do not accept is societies that chop off perfectly serviceable pieces of skin for dogmatic reasons, especially where that decision is made by parents or guardians for the most spurious reasons. If it's medically necessary then parental permission must be given below the age of majority (the same as it would for an appendectomy or tonsilectomy), if it isn't medically necessary then it must be left to the choice of the individual at an appropriate age. After all, no reputable physician would permit parents to specify that they'd like their new born to have his appendix removed or his tonsils removed "because his father has had" or "so that he doesn't feel different"!
     
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