For some people dick is just…. well, kinda just dick. We don’t know what we are going to get the first time, but we get the overall function of the dick jamming pleasure into every hole we have! On the other hand, however, there are the size, skin, shape particular people who have to have their dick as though it was ordered from Burger King—their way.
Cut or uncut? This is a question that almost everyone immersed in gay culture has been asked before. It’s a question as common as “are you top or bottom?” The stigma attached to penis’ in regard to their ‘cut status’ has caused an often ignored body image issue present in a growing number of men. Imagine being a man in a room listening to a conversation about how repulsive and disgusting people find penis’ that look like yours… The shame, self-consciousness, and insecurity these conversations inflict on those who identify with the judged group are astronomical and aren’t talked about openly as many find men’s body image issues to be a fluke or non-existent. This idea that men aren’t subject to having feelings of inadequacy or low self-esteem must be eradicated before it drowns the male population in a sea of mental distress.
Granted, we all have preferences. I have things I like and don’t like, things that turn me on and turn me off. It’s just a part of the human condition, but they way we voice disdain for things that people can’t immediately help or change can be approached differently. I’m a circumcised man who identifies as gay. I’ve had sexual encounters with both cut and uncut men—do I have a preference, possibly, but do I have to cut down a man because of a decision his parents made? No.
It’s important that we embrace all differences that come to separate us. No one cock is better than the other (okay, I made that part up) and no one should be made to feel ashamed for whatever is unleashed from their undergarments. Foreskin anxiety is a real issue facing a large number of men who want to enjoy the same sexual experiences we are all granted without being judged. Making yourself vulnerable to undress in front of someone else is already a hurdle for plenty of people, but when you’re coupled with the anxiety of nudity and the burden of foreskin weighing down your confidence, it can have some pretty harsh implications.
In many cultures, circumcision is made to be quite an ordeal. In Jewish culture the male infant must be circumcised within the first week, while in many Muslim countries, circumcisions are a right of passage to manhood. The stark contrast in how we handle topics of circumcision in America versus other countries is troubling. The rate of circumcisions in America have dropped over 8% since the 70s which leads to the notion that there are more uncut cocks amongst us… Why are we still taken aback by the extra skin?
Perceptions that STD’s and HIV are more easily transmitted to uncut cocks and issues of cleanliness keep many at bay. This is one reason I was hesitant when it came to letting uncut dick into my space, but with research and having my life changed once or twice by uncut gentlemen through the years, I have been able to shape my preference in a more informed light.
I challenge everyone to go out there and take the leap onto an uncut cock and take it for a spin. Be safe, of course, but do something that scares you! Lick it, tug at the foreskin, pull it back and saddle up to get a full glimpse of a new dimensions you haven’t yet explored. If you still don’t like it then fine, but don’t knock the uncut cock ‘til you try it.