This post talks about the penis.
I was just surfing the net, reading blogs, when I came across a blog in which one of the top ten posts that this person has written is a rant in which they tell all men that uncircumsized penises are disgusting and that they need to get snipped.
Are you f***ing serious?!?!
With all of the equality and respect that we demand from men, this person (and many people who commented) believes that all of the men in the world need to have their foreskins removed.
Now! It is one thing to have a personal preference...maybe even in some more risque blogs to share that preference with your followers (something that I find too intimate and uncomfortable to be discussing with my readers... in my opinion a penis is a penis is a penis is a penis) but IN NO WAY does anyone have the right to tell EVERY MAN in the world that having a foreskin is 'disgusting' or 'revolting' and that they need to have them 'snipped'.
As if men don't have it hard enough?
It is obvious (most of the time) the size of a woman's breasts. They hang out right in front of our chests, and although we cover them with clothing, they make their presence known.
A man hides his penis inside underwear and pants, and zipper bulges aren't any real indication of size. Especially not any indication of pro-non circumsized.
This blogger (I'm not going to name this person because I'm not interested in a blog-war, I just need to rant) writes that these 'types' of men should "come with an indicator", as if every uncircumsized man should wear a sign or a t-shirt that says 'comes with foreskin'.
This is disgusting.
I am so pissed off right now, you have no idea.
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People propagate certain stereotypes for the pros and cons of circumcision, but at the end of the day you need to do your own research.
Cosmetically, there should be NO DIFFERENCE. We shouldn't even discuss our men's penises (as if we are discussing the features on our cars). It is a private matter. I wouldn't want anyone to be talking about the size or shape of my vagina. My labia. Clitoris. Even my pubic hair-styling-preferences.
For the love of GOD! How can we expect men to be proud of their bodies if we propagate a stereotype that men are broken when they are born and need to be fixed.
There is a crapload of research for the medical sides of both arguments, but at the end of the day, when you remove a man's underwear, he obviously finds you attractive enough to be intimate.
Unless it has two heads, you should be excited that he wants to share it with you - period.