To cut, or not to cut? For decades, the hood has been a hotly debated issue. Whether for political, religious or aesthetic reasons, men and women seem to have strong opinions about what they like when it comes to the male organ.
The controversy around this issue forced Cosmopolitan.com to speak to two American women and two American men on the merits and pitfalls of going down with cut versus uncut men.
The names of the interviewees weren’t revealed, in order to secure their anonymity. Here are their answers.
The first person interviewed is a 27-year-old woman, who has slept with three different uncut men. When asked if this particular ‘issue’ matters to her she said, ‘it’s not something men had any control over as a child, and it’s really not bad once you get used to it and know how to work with it.’
However, for sheer aesthetic purposes, she prefers her men cut. ‘It is not a deal-breaker at all if they’re not, because it doesn’t feel different, but it is definitely more aesthetically pleasing to have them be circumcised. It’s also something my girlfriends and I talk about, and there is always a negative stigma associated with uncircumcised guys. The weird thing is, it’s very comparable to the female organs, but I have never heard of that comparison.’
She does, however, believe there is a difference in sensation during any bedroom activity, saying ‘it feels better because there is more friction, as weird as that sounds.’
And in order to go down on someone who hasn’t been cut, ‘they have to have good hygiene,’ she clarified. ‘I think being uncut leaves much more room for smells and tastes to become apparent, because they have to clean deeper than most guys do. I feel like I am pretty adamant about a pre-oral shower, just to be safe,' she added.
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