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shaming cut and uncut cock

by me Kai

There is a strong movement at the moment to end routine infant circumcision and rightly so. I support this wholeheartedly. I have recently observed the same movement shaming men who are circumcised. I have seen comments on social media platforms that suggest a man’s penis is not natural or mutilated if they have been cut. So I have decided to set the record straight.

The majority of men who are circumcised never had a choice. The next group of men have made a “conscious” and “informed” decision to have it done for medical reasons for example, painful sex, persistent tearing, persistent balanitis that does not respond to treatment, frenulum breave, cancer, infections, and premature ejeculation etc. Other men have it done for aesthetic or religious reasons. Post circumcision some men experience a reduction in pleasure, significant scarring, emotional loss and trauma around their foreskin. Other men don’t, they continue to enjoy and report more pleasure in their penis and it functions normally for them. They might be very happy with how their penis looks and feels. Every penis and its owner is different including the emotions attached to their genitals, shape, structure and function. I endorse the motto his penis – his choice.

Some lovers have a preference for a penis that is cut or uncut fair enough. That’s a personal choice. However, when you tell men thier circumcised penis is not “natural” or “normal” (in person or on social media) then you are conjuring up stigma and shame. The shaming goes both ways unfortunately. Circumcised men and others shame men who have foreskins. This needs to STOP. We don’t tell woman who have a labiaplasty that their vulva is mutilated or no longer natural/normal. Same deal. Please don’t ever shame a persons penis. Whether he has a foreskin or not. Instead lovers and people around the world should focus their attention to what feels pleasurable for penis owners. We should all appreciate different types of penises.