Encouraged by a young man’s needs, I have decided to have a closer inspection of the modern penis. Never requiring too much encouragement, but as a lady from the Uk I am at a statistical disadvantage. Adapted members are not the norm in Britain, and therefore tricky to get ones hands on.
How modern I thought. Pimp my penis. Not so… willies have been modified since willies were invented a 100 years ago, and it’s thought that 3/4 of the male (obviously) population have gone ahead and put their tails on the block.
Muslim faith decrees it, but Jewish men partake mainly because Jewish ladies will never touch anything unless it’s 20% off.
Popular also amongst other mammals’, Moby Dick had to enlist the services of fore skin divers after a nasty bout of crabs.
In the UK we tend to work on the ‘if it aint broke don’t fix it’ rule, so unless it hurts to use, rotting or you have an old shilling stuck under it, everything remains intact.
Babies normally undergo the procedure between 7-10 days, a simple snip, similar to clipping the tails off new born puppies, and normally needing no stitches. However, I do know of a friend who had her son circumcised at a week old. I’m not sure what went wrong, but it was at least a year before he could walk. As a late comer, an adult visit will be local anesthetic, half an hour fiddling, and 4 weeks until your maiden voyage.
Ok, so why?
1. Infant circumcision gives 100% protection from penile cancer. Sweeping statement….
2. Cancer of the cervix in women is due to the Human Papilloma Virus. It thrives under and on the foreskin from where it can be transmitted when you have it off. It’s suggested that at least 20% of cancer of the cervix would be avoided if all men were circumcised…..fair play.
3. Protection against HIV and AIDS. Another British Medical Journal article in May 2000 suggested that circumcised men are 8 times less likely to contract the HIV virus…..OK. Some men will tell you anything so as not to wear a condom. Remember ladies, God gave men a penis and a brain, but not enough blood to use them both at once. You make the decisions.
4. A trimmed member is odour-free, feels cleaner, and you enjoy better sex. Awareness of a good body image is a very important factor in building self confidence….. I think this point was written by the circumcision fan club. Don’t kid yourself. Any willy will get stinky if you don’t wash it for a week, and willies just are not that pretty. With or without. Not loveable like sable Pomeranian puppies at any rate.
5. Balanitis is an unpleasant, often recurring, inflammation of the glans. It is quite common and can be prevented by circumcision….Eh? This is the sort of catch-all foreskin disorder that doctors diagnose when you’re boring them and they’d rather you zipped up. I had to look ‘Balanitis’ up. I only know one reason for a penis swelling, and it normally cost £60 for half an hour.
6. Urinary tract infections sometimes occur in babies and can be quite serious. Circumcision in infancy makes it 10 times less likely…… OK, I’m a granny. I know these things.
So, why not?
Circumcision does remove a lot of the nerve endings found in the foreskin, and these nerve endings could otherwise contribute to sexual sensitivity. The foreskin may actually be beneficial to the sexual satisfaction/pleasure of not only the man, but the woman, the other man/ goat as well.
And the lubrication issue. Without the skin, you may need some extra help during a DIY session. Although a great fan of lube, I would suggest the cunning use of a quality hand cream. This way it may be possible to encourage involvement from those suffering poorly moisturized hands for mutual benefit. If all else fails, remember, self masturbation is always very safe. Not only are you able to control the technique of the person you’re with, but you can leave when you want to.
My research seems to show, that in the majority of chaps whom are circumcised, it tends to have negative effects on their sex life. This isn’t universally true, and not for those who had broken bleeding willies from SRI’s (Shagging Related Injuries), where anything is better than nothing.
So chaps, it’s a bit of a toss up, and like all discussions on circumcision we have reached our cutoff point, so let me know your thoughts and heightened feelings.
Back in a snip with another blog……..
Madam Becky xx