uncutcanuck wrote:I've always felt like having a foreskin makes it seem like you're having sex with yourself if that makes sense. Even with handjobs, the head is never being directly stimulated (unless she holds it back, etc.). Intuitively, your analysis makes perfect sense.
On another note, would you recommend having the frenelum removed as well? That's something I haven't thought or researched much about. As for the style, I am planning on getting it high, though unsure about tightness as I am a grower.
There are of course two ways to stimulate a glans - directly or with skin. Both are good. But with the skin off, the thing that stimulates your glans is the vagina of the woman. That is the main difference, and it intensifies the sexual experience immensely, in my opinion. Because it means you cannot have that experience without the woman. And they know it. And that's hot as hell. Uncircumcised men may well bring themselves to orgasm in the same mechanical way whether they masturbate or have sex with a woman, because for them, it's simply glans encased in skin both ways. I've always thought of that as a bit... uninspiring. It makes it less special to have access to a woman. Does it mean circumcised men are in a less desirable position? No. Because even though jerking off with foreskin is probably better, having sex with a foreskin in the way is simply not of the same, ferocious quality compared to what it's like without.
As for the frenulum:
I am not convinced that it has to go. Leaving it in place means a lot less suturing, and it actually won't give you any trouble once the foreskin itself is off. It would make everything a lot more simple surgically, and you may even find that all is fine after a week. I had the frenulum removed, and actually see no sense behind that now, since I have a European V-Cut circumcision anyway, which makes it look like there is a frenulum in place still. But it did mean a good ten extra stitches in an area where you really feel them.
Stylewise, I'd think the whole "don't go tight if you're a grower" thing is bogus. There will always be enough material there to accommodate the erection, and if there isn't, natural processes will eventually take care of it. That is the very thing the restorers call "tugging" - if there's tension, there will be skin cell growth, and things will get looser over time. So, no worries.