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How to completely satisfy a circumcised man?

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Question - (27 October 2010) 5 Answers - (Newest, 25 November 2010)
A female United States age 30-35, *aughtylocks writes:

i will be with a man who is circumcised i want to please him and leave him satisfied...since i always leave my guys satisfied by my bjs, but ive never had a circumcised penis before. i would like to know if the head [underneath the head] is more sensitive than a noncircumcised penis, if i should handle it more gentle, and also if i can get different pointers that'll be great...thnx

naughtylocks =]

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (25 November 2010):

Generally, I think circumcised dicks are meant to be less sensitive, because the head is always exposed and rubbing against clothes etc.

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A male reader, Nithyanala Indonesia +, writes (28 October 2010):

Nithyanala agony auntI've found it doesn't make a whole lot of difference, just be even more careful to avoid your teeth getting involved. That can be painful.

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A male reader, alex74 United States +, writes (27 October 2010):

alex74 agony auntThe mechanics are basically the same. I agree, though...just ask him and you can also see how he responds to what you are doing.

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A reader, anonymous, writes (27 October 2010):

Hmm...probably not going to get an objective answer from one guy unless he got circumcised mid life. However, to answer your question...yes, the ridge on the underside of the head (frenulum) is very sensitive. But like most sensitive areas, if you focus on it, you will desensititze it and it wont feel good after a while. uncircumcised guys I've known (my college roomie, for, I'm not gay) have bragged that they "feel" more because of the extra skin and the way it rolls over the ridge on their head during sex. However, direct contact of this ridge with a womans vagina, lips or tongue is an exquisite sensation that I would think would be masked by foreskin covering I suppose people could argue all day. If I recall from my A&P classes, the foreskins purpose is to provide a sheath that the penis slides back and forth in during it may be better for women who aren't well lubricated or into the friction.

There are studies out there that do indicate sex does feel slightly better for a man who is uncircumcised. Of course, millions of circumcised men, myself included, would disagree.

I wouldn't worry. Most guys in the US are circumcised, and millions have no trouble "being satisfied". I'm sure the techniques for either would be about the same and have the same effect.

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A female reader, followtheblackrabbit Cayman Islands +, writes (27 October 2010):

followtheblackrabbit agony auntlol...yes, apparently the area beneath the head is more sensitive..I also read that flicking one's tongue very quickly on the peehole is also stimulating. Since there's no foreskin, the focus is on stimulating the shaft and the testicles. You can take those in your mouth, lick, gently touch etc. Ask him what he likes! When you're talking to him on the phone, bring the subject up and guys find it damn sexy when a woman purrs out: "What do you want me to do to you....?" lol FBR

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