I agree also, but the problem is usually that the line is crossed and it becomes more like outcasting uncut men. People have their turn offs, and that's fine. I have my list too. But if you (not you in particular) are always criticizing "Ew, that's so gross!" to something as natural as what we are born with, then it crosses over to being unfair.
That makes total sense. It's okay for them to have an opinion, but they shouldn't express it in a way that makes uncut men feel inferior, gross, etc.
I really wish that poeple like them would grow up a bit. I don't know if they think they're entertaining, or funny, or what, but they really just made a fool of themselves.
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