Certainly an interesting article Thunder .. thanks.
I am cut as anyone who has seen my pics will have noticed. I was always under the impression that the intact frenulem was very sensitive on an uncut man. I certainly like the look of the underside of an uncut penis.
We didn’t have our son circumsized, it is less common in Australia now I think.
Great informational link. It was supposed to be for “health” reasons 60+ years ago. Cleanliness/Godliness or some such stuff. I don’t have any loss of sensitivity, but when really stretched it does “tug”…
There seems to be opinion that somehow being cut destroys sensitivity in the area of the frenulum - the area that’s about an inch long, or more, on the underside of the top the shaft, beginning where the glans ends.
The mystery part to me, being cut, is that this is probably one of the most sensitive areas of my entire body.
Just speculating here, but if I weren’t cut and were more sensitive, it seems to me that I’d cum after a whole lot fewer strokes, following insertion, than I do.
You all think that’s how it works, or no?
The article and study don’t prove anything other than circumcised guys still have feeling in their penis. A circumcised guy without a frenulum will probably be just as sensitive as a guy with one that’s fully intact using their methodology….. Meaningless study if you ask me.