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SC man 735
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First of all, do girls like it when a guy is circumcised? or do they have any preference, i know for a fact that some girls do not like the "extra skin". this is really important to me and limits me from doing anything, at all sexual with a girl because im so conscious.
Second, i have a red... dot, about one to one 1/2 inch above the base of my penis, please do not tell me this could be a disease. i take care of myself hygenically and a girl has never "gone down" on me so i dont know where this may have came from but if so, please do tell if i should be suspicious.

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If I like him I like what he's got. Being circumcised or not seems much like having brown or blue eyes to me; they're different, but they're both good, and not something you should ever feel you have to change.

And as for the dot, it's hard to say what it is without more info. Is it raised, or does it feel like there's something under the skin? Is it painful or hot to the touch? Does it resemble a pimple or scratch, or is it in an area where there's hair?

Getting sick or getting infections doesn't mean you have poor hygiene, or have slept with too many people, it simply means this is one case where the bacteria or virus won and you lost (or the pimple or ingrown hair won, or whatever), so don't consider it a reflection on you, just one of those things that happen, because microorganisms are literally everywhere.

Milke, with an L, Mrs BD to you, RATS, TMNTP, MF, CWCD, WAOTA

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[This message has been edited by Milke (edited 03-13-2004).]

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To me a guy being circumsised or uncircumsised does'nt really matter to me. I have heard some ppl say circumsised is much better then uncircum but i don't see the difference i think the extra skin is quite nice either way it does'nt phase me.

As for the lil sore thing if it really hurts or discomfort maybe u should contact ur family doctor.

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I have had intercourse with men who were circumsized and men who were not. Aside from my initial curiosity at what a circumsized penis looked like, I found no difference what so ever in my sexual experiences. My current partner is not circumsized, and sometimes as part of foreplay, I do play with the skin a little, which he find pleasurable, other than that, ZERO difference. There is no need to be uncomfortable, you are who you are, you can't change that. Anyone who can't accept your penis the way it is, isn't the right person.

You are a girl, you have a vagina. I have a penis, not girls. (I real conversation with my 2.5 year old in the shopping center no less)

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i myself is circumcized and i think that if the gal really likes u, she won't bother is u got that skin or not. Just enjoy it =x
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I am uncircumsised, and I have had several parters that really dont even care once you are ready to have intercourse with that individual, it shoulnt, as long as both of you are comfortable with each other. I did a little reaseach on my own and I found out that uncircumsised males, seem to be more sensitive down there because of the skin... thats probably true but I dont have anything to back it up.
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I don't think a lot of girls even notice...I didn't notice that my boyfriend was uncircumsized for awhile, just because I never thought about it or really cared. I can't imagine someone being turned off by it because it seems so normal, even if it's not the same as the national average (which in the 80s was around 80%, I believe). It's not like uncircumcized guys have bright neon yellow foreskin and green polka's just skin...
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