Friday, December 9, 2016

If your spouse Is Circumcised Or Not Doesn't Really Impact Your Sexual Actions, New Study Shows, Plus What You Should Know About when you man is not CUT

Circumcised or no Circumcised? What’s your liking? A new study shows that in spite of what people say they firstly prefer, whether a man is circumcised or not doesn't really matter because Circumcised has no impact on one's sex life. Hmmm are yo
u sure??? Let’s keep reading

In a recent study published in the Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, researchers at Queen's University took 196 people, both men and women in sexual relationships with men, and surveyed them on their partner's circumcision status and their sex lives. Initially, women reported to having a slight preference for circumcised partners because they were seen as being more attractive and “in line with social norms.” On the other hand, men strongly preferred partners with intact penises and felt more positively towards them. However, as researchers found, none of that really mattered.

“Although people notice [whether a man is circumcised or not], at the end of the day, it doesn't seem to have a really big impact on their sexual lives,” Jennifer Bossio, PhD candidate at Queen's University and lead author of the study said.

The survey found that women who had partners with uncircumcised partners reported to having higher levels of sexual satisfaction than those with circumcised partners, however, as Bossio noted, the statistical significance between the two figures was unclear. Then again, at the end of the day, none of that matters.

“Even if a woman … really prefers a circumcised penis and she gets into a relationship with a man who's not circumcised, at the end of the day, I don't think he has much to worry about,” Bossio said. “Women and men, they tend to be really, really happy with their partner's circumcision status, regardless of what that is.”

Very true. This isn't the first time the issue of male circumcision and sex have been brought into light. In 2013, a study published in the British Journal of Urology International in 2013 reported that circumcised men felt less sexual pleasure than their fellow uncircumcised men. But the study drew criticism from experts such as Douglas Diekema, a pediatrics professor at the University of Washington who took part in the American Academy of Pediatrics 2012 task force on circumcision. Douglas and many other experts claimed the study used a biased sample population, failed to measure sensitivity changes before and after circumcision, and only found a small difference between the groups rendering the results to be “clinically meaningless.”

For the guys out there who endlessly worry about their penis, you can just stop and calm down. When it comes down to it, things like foreskin or size don't really matter. That is the honest truth. According to science, anyway.

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