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Discussion in 'The Healthy Penis' started by B_bxrbrfs, Jul 28, 2008.
Id love to inhale the scent of your stinky man odor anytime.
Years ago I hooked up with this guy who was uncut, which I think is so hot. When he pulled out his cock, I noticed a slight odor. Not overpowering, but noticeable. While we were both pressed for time, we just jacked each other off. No head, or even kissing. Later, as I was driving home I could smell that odor. It was on my hands. It took awhile for me to get rid of that odor. Prob like 5 or 6 washes. Being cut, I hadn't experienced that odor before. Does that mean the guy I was with was not clean? It did appear to get stronger as we jacked off.
It definitely shouldnt take 5-6 weeks to get rid of that smell, even if true, this whole 'uncut willies are nasty' trend is something I refuse to support.
A man is not meant to be circumcised. It is contrary to nature. People who think that uncircumcised guys are unclean because they have foreskin are very foolish indeed. Every part of the human body will give off an odour if it is not washed.
Same here! :tongue:
I wash it every day in the shower and i usually spend the most time washing my cock.
Circumcision is contrary to nature, but being gay isn't? I'm confused...
Oh no you didn't!
Dumping some homophobia on a circumcision thread?
Wash it twice/day and immediately before partner sex (but not after sex; wouldn't want to lose the aroma)
I've thought about this for like three minutes, trying to find the argument you're making, and I still don't get it...
If being uncut requires showering multiple times per day, I guess that I'm fortunate to be cut.
It doesn't. The 'unhygienic' thing is scaremongering. Basic hygiene will suffice.
I was born gay and with a foreskin.
you were born confused.
Pete's advice bears rePeating! Soap should absolutely NEVER be used inside the foreskin (and perhaps not on the exposed inner foreskin of a circumcised penis, no matter how keratinized?). It is too harsh on sensitive mucus membranes (similar to the inside the eyelid, as Pete points out), and screws up the delicate pH balance. In addition, the inner skin produces a protective antibacterial, antiviral secretion which should not be removed by soap. The number of daily showers a man takes is obviously a matter of individual choice, but an entire shower is completely unnecessary for a fresh, clean foreskinned dick. Simply to retract the foreskin and rub-and-rinse for a couple of seconds a few times a day is quite sufficient: no odor, no smegma, no problem.
A man that constantly smells of soap and not sweaty pheromones is gross to me.
There is nothing unclean about a little BO, it takes a long time for the bacteria to regrow after one shower, and sweat alone on a recently washed body is NOT unclean.
This thread is a joke.
and I have no idea whats wrong with some of you guys, but I dont get any BO for 48 hours after showering and applying antiperspirant to my underarms.
The US is not Botswana, but Army Medics can tell horror stories about US solders that have no idea how to take care of their own hygiene, especially in a challenging area.
“Unlike in the United States, circumcision is not a cultural norm in Botswana, Kelly explained. Yet research shows that the simple procedure can reduce HIV infections among males by as much as 60 percent.”
And yet it doesn't seem to be a problem for British, German, French, Italian and any other armed forces. Only the US seems to be obsessed with whether having an intact penis is going to be a war consideration. Oh yeah, we also predicted the military would unglue itself if gays could serve openly while other countries just shrugged. Military alert: gays and foreskins are fine; both have been there largely unnoticed in wartime since time immemorial.
Yup, it's disturbing to see mountains of US tax dollars being spent on a boondoggle like that, and sad that soldiers are deluded into thinking that they're actually doing good by cutting up African penises. I'm sure a handful know what's really going on.
In Botswana they rely on circumcision for protection against HIV..a condom would be a much simpler and more effective method.
Also in Botswana 23.9% of adults between 15 and 49 are HIV positive. More proof of the fact that if men would just use condoms they wouldnt have such an epidemic.
Never had a problem with my uncut. wash him every chance i get. doesnt smell ever and never got any type of rashes or infections. idk why people automatically think if you are uncut you must have a dirty pecker...lmao...
I never smell anything (bad) and taking care of a foreskin is actually pretty easy: you retract, rinse a few seconds with water and that's it. You don't even need soap or anything. Just water. And when you JO or have sex, you wash the residual fluids off your cock but that is for ANY man, cut or uncut, and part of good genital hygiene.