I'm new to the boards. Basically, I was circumcised as an infant and naturally, with all the anti-circ talk going on these days, I'm kind of wondering what the deal really is with a foreskin. I'd prefer NOT to ask a physician - they're too biased in favor of cirucmcision. I'd also prefer NOT to ask anybody on an anti-circ website -- they're too biased against it. I'd really appreciate if any of the uncut guys on this board could answer with their own life experiences.
First off, there's all this talk about specialized nerve endings in the foreskin -- how it's supposed to be the most sensitive part on a man's body. Yet, I've read accounts from men circumcised as adults, and they never negatively reference any supposed loss from the "foreskin nerve endings" themselves. They typically just reference the numbing of the head from constant friction. What do you guys feel from the actual foreskin itself? Is it really that rich in nerve endings?
Second...I've heard that the frenulum is the "male g-spot". But, even on these boards, guys will talk about tearing their frenulum during sex, yet they say when they do tear it, it only hurts "a little bit". In all honesty, would you really classify this as your "g-spot" and would it be a major loss if you didn't have it? It seems counterintuitive -- if something is a g-spot, I would think it would hurt like hell if it was damaged in the slightest way.
Then finally, as far as the actually sensitivity of your head is concerned. Does it register very light sensation, or do you only really feel deep pressure?
Thanks in advance!
Foreskin Sensitivity Questions
"First off, there's all this talk about specialized nerve endings in the foreskin" -- I'd say it's more of a quality vs. quantity thing really.
I mean, if you cover and protect the head, it will become sensitive, that's quantity plus. The foreskin provides a different set of input, and I understand it's really hard to understand what that could be like -- kinda like how someone not being able to smell doesn't know what smells are like (and that one I find a good example because it extends the sense of taste "in another dimension" kinda like how the foreskin adds to general cockhead-based sensitivity).
I personally wouldn't say that my foreskin being touched brings me to orgasm right away, but it's a nice feeling and I wouldn't want to be without it.
"Second...I've heard that the frenulum is the "male g-spot"." -- I never really felt that way myself. There are though a lot of nerves running under the frenulum (and ripping it doesn't mean damaging those, while removal of the frenulum usually does) which end up in the head of the penis, so it could have an adverse effect in some sort of sentitivity there. Doubt there has been scientifical research on the matter though.
"Then finally, as far as the actually sensitivity of your head is concerned." -- Mine registers light touch too.
The real biological equivalent of the G-spot in males is the prostate.