Years have passed with debates about advantages and disadvantages of circumcision, as well as comparisons of what is better and in which situations. Of course, depending on origins of certain people (such as religious roots), they might automatically fit into one group or the other. Since circumcised groups are basically a minor group, let’s see what the differences are with men who have had their penises circumcised vs the ones who didn’t. Even though medical workers from the United States often praise circumcision for its hygiene advantages, this is an article that represents a digest of many other scientific and empirical studies across the globe, focusing on differences in hygiene and sex between these two groups of men.
Despite the fact that circumcision has no effect on libido or functionality of a penis, it is a fact that you’re basically getting half of your penis skin removed by the procedure. This means that neuroreceptors are lost which are particularly sensitive to light touch, according to scientists from Korea. Not only that; according to a research from Michigan, the most sensitive part of a circumcised man’s penis is the place where the cut from circumcision has been made. Possible explanation of this might lie in the fact that the penis tries to defend itself from this procedure, making it less sensitive.
Men who aren’t circumcised have a higher chance of acquiring an infection caused by the accumulation of fluids in between the shaft and skin, which is the perfect environment for bacteria to spread. This is also why female partners of non-circumcised men carry a higher risk of bacterial infections. Also, men who aren’t circumcised can more easily transfer sexually transmitted diseases such as HPV and HIV.
As it is the case with women who are having a difficult time maintaining all of their labia clean, circumcised men are experiencing difficulties maintaining their penises clean at all time. Men who aren’t circumcised have an even more demanding of a task ahead of them, as it is just more work to be done. Some women may feel that circumcised penises are basically fresher, which makes them feel more relaxed during sexual intercourse, as it is explained by female gynecologists across the globe.
There is no definite answer to questions regarding effects of circumcision on female pleasure. A recent study from Denmark has shown that women with circumcised partners feel more comfortable due to hygiene reasons, but there wasn’t really any way to prove which types of penises women prefer in general as there are many other factors to be accounted for (such as the shapes of the women’s labia as well).
Women who are having sexual intercourse with circumcised partners have three times higher chances to experience sexual pain. The uncircumcised penis is smoother and almost velvety on touch, so for women who are having issues with moistening their vaginal channel, an uncircumcised penis is a better choice. Also, more lubricant is required by circumcised men, as the non-circumcised men’s penises are naturally moister.