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sexquestion
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hey, me and my girlfriend were talking the other day and she believes that if your are uncircumcised then it can cause problems for a girl during sex when she gets older? Is this true and does it cause any problems at all? I thought it was basically the same thing if you were circumsised or uncircumsised, just a different look and i thought that it was a common thing to be uncircumsised. Please clarify! Thankyou!
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logic_grrl
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Indeed, it's very common to be uncircumsized, and nope, it shouldn't cause any mysterious "problems" for female partners .

You and she can read all about the foreskin in Man’s Best Friend – Male Sexual Anatomy.


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