Cut vs. Uncut

A lot of you have sent me questions and concerns about either your body or your partners body, especially in regard to foreskin. Unfortunately, those questions aren’t going to be answered in this video. Instead, I’m going to make a separate video at a later date that addresses everything you’ve messaged about.

Screen shot 2014-03-29 at 12.25.41 PMThis video is going to focus on making you a better lover and helping you understand – from a females perspective – whether or not being circumcised makes a difference when it comes to intercourse. Having said that, I’m basing the info and point of view within the video on the messages I’ve received from my female viewers – not just my own opinion and experiences.

To answer the question as simply as possible (again, I’m basing this on the number of emails I received from female viewers I polled about the topic)…  Yes, some women love cut dicks, others don’t prefer them, some don’t give a rats ass either way.

Whether you’re circumcised or not, great sex has less to do with your dick and more to do with how you use it, how well you stimulate your partner (in the way that they need), how open you are to feedback and honest communication, and how willing you are to make adjustments so that they can have a great time.

Key points to remember :

  • 70% of women require clitoral stimulation to achieve an orgasm. Your penis, as wonderful as it may be, cannot provide the necessary stimulation to her clitoris to get her to orgasm.
  • when it comes to sex and pleasure, not everyone is the same. The most important factor in being good in bed is learning what your partners likes and dislikes are and providing them.
  • Whether you’re cut or uncut, I highly suggest the use of protection to keep you safe from STI’s and unwanted pregnancy.

As always, if you are like me and understand the importance of inclusive sex education and want to help support what I am doing, please link, forward, or embed my videos to anyone that you think might benefit from them.

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3 Responses to Cut vs. Uncut

  1. Joel August 27, 2009 at 9:07 pm #

    I think you may have put it a little too simply when you said that cut or ‘uncut’ makes no difference in sex (I do prefer the term intact though – a penis should no more be referred to as uncut or uncircumcised as a vagina should be.)

    The foreskin DOES have sexual function. Its mobility allows it to move back and forth, to reduce abrasive friction caused by sex. The foreskin also moves forward over the head of the penis on the outstroke, locking in vaginal wetness that the head of the penis would otherwise draw out of the vagina. These two functions keep sex wetter longer. That means less soreness later on.

    However, you are right, the quality of sex REALLY lies entirely on your partner. Being a good lover has to do with how you use what you have. How you treat your partner, your technique, and your ability to read the cues your partner gives.

    I do hope that your following videos on this topic will discourage viewers from choosing circumcision for their new, healthy infants. But, at the same time, not causing discouragement on the part of men already circumcised.

    Good comments about wearing protection and about how clitoral stimulation is key! You really are a great educator. I have been watching your channel for a LONG time now. I am glad to see you are taking on this topic, as it is a topic in which much myth and misconception exist.

  2. Joel August 27, 2009 at 9:17 pm #

    Also, be careful of the links you have provided.

    the website:

    contains incredibly biased information. It is certainly not a reliable source of information. Many myths are perpetuated, and has many clear examples of obviously faulty logic. Also, notice the word choices used in many of the articles it hosts. This website has a very clear agenda, and its not a good one.

    Be aware, there is a lot of money to be made in the circumcision business. Beyond making money off of each circumcision, some hospitals and clinics sell infant foreskins to biomedical companies and pharmaceutical companies (for cosmetic products). Oprah has even advertised a face cream on her television show, and told her audience it was made with infant foreskins like it was no big deal.

    It pays to be careful which information you trust, online or not.

  3. John Smith December 11, 2017 at 12:48 am #

    This post is too good

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