I’m cut and don’t miss my “lost” skin. I guess the doctor in the delivery room knew what he was doing. I get plenty of sensation with my dick. So much so, I’ve had to practice ejaculation control which oddly enough teaches to desensitize the frenulum!
Those of you that have lost all feeling in the frenulum area from circumcision, the matter is an issue to discuss with the doctor who performed (botched) the surgery NOT with your parents- circumcision in the US has been and continues to be a longstanding medical and CULTURAL practice. Past generations did not question doctors and their decisions. Data at the time indicated that urinary infections, both in men and in women who had sex with circumcised men, were lessened through male circumcision. More recent studies have now disproved this longstanding bias so long as proper hygeine (regular washing) is taking place. There are plenty of guys out there that do not regularly wash their hands after urinating- the talk in the men’s room goes like this…”hey Bud, didn’t your mama teach you to wash your hands after taking a piss?”… “no, MY mama taught me how not to piss on my hand.” Well, I’m not squeamish, but I don’t relish the idea of grabbing a door handle after a guy that has transfered jock sweat and probably also pee, from his hands to the door knob!
In addition, many current child bearing women in the US are still in favor of the practice. It would be interesting to get some feedback from women who hold circumcision to be appropriate for their newborn son and why. Maybe many of them have fathers and brothers that they KNOW don’t wash their hands before coming out of the bathroom- shaken dry using a cut Willie is better than having evaporated dry pee underneath the foreskin of an uncut one?!