Online chatting rooms adults only Video chat with girls for free no emails
As I got older and sexual relations developed, I also noticed the difficulty of using a condom on an uncircumcised penis.
To have the condom stay put whilst the foreskin under it moved back and forth was almost impossible, on several occasions it came close to coming off and once actually did.
If I missed a shower, say because I was camping, the odour grew stronger, and in cases such as these smegma would start to build up under the foreskin rather quickly.
As a result, where possible I would wash twice a day.
To me it no longer felt as if I were masturbating through a rubber glove, I could actually feel my partner and all her textures.
For her, the sealing comment was "oh wow that's good".
I noticed while living in Europe (where circumcision is in the minority), that many men would have a strong odour, like the one I was familiar with, in winter.
When thinking that in countries such as Italy and regions of France, showers are a once or biweekly affair in winter, I could understand why this odour could become so strong.
Their stories cut right through the misconceptions based on philosophical supposition and ill-informed nonsense.
I would like to offer my experiences to readers of this site as, unlike many, I have seen both side of this 'argument' from a first hand view. At that time, circumcision was the norm, I apparently was the only infant in the ward not circumcised.
The choice of my parents not to circumcise was the same as many parents who do - to look like my father.
It was not until my teens that I noticed that my penis would develop an 'smell', to put it one way.
Despite morning showers, by the afternoon my penis would start to develop a slight odour, not strong, and not noticeable to others, but noticeable to me.