uncut28 wrote:Yes, definitely metamorphosis interests me. The skin-shedding metaphor is particularly apt here I think...
I think you're also right about the "what if arousal were permanent?" idea. That particularly makes sense from my perspective where I like the idea of the permanent change from something which is inside (sort of) to making it permanently outside, by unnatural force. And despite that unnatural force, it still becomes an area of pleasure in spite of the violence of the act - and here I mean especially what I've heard about how the scar is the most sensitive part - that's somehow interesting and exciting. It's almost like getting a new organ, I imagine. The way you experience sensation on the circumcised penis is - I imagine - very different to on the uncircumcised one. Guys with adult circs can correct me on this, but I've read it described as having the erogenous zone stretched out down the shaft of your penis, which is quite unlike how I experience pleasure. And then I also imagine the position of scar makes the receiving of pleasure by rubbing that area very different. Rubbing my shaft half way down is not very sensitive at all, so to imagine a high and tight guy being able to come by rubbing a scar area half way down their shaft makes it seem like you have almost an entirely different functionality to your penis. That change is fun to imagine for me.
Fascinating insights, and on reflection, I would be inclined to think what you describe boils down to something less violent than it sounds now: We are talking about an act of restructuring, with optimisation in mind. And by who? Well, if you go through much of our stuff here... women. Right? Could it be that we acucullophiliacs are high on the idea of women making us into the sex machines of their dreams, albeit with a strong penis focus? I think that's really the core of it, isn't it. This is all about full female endorsement through a clever, physical modification, so they can get maximal satisfaction. It may sound like femdom if put that way, but for me, it's more of a deal - it's like, the male gets full access rights to the female by fulfilling this one condition. When I write my stories, the end is always balanced: Yes, she can take the foreskin, but oh boy, is she ever gonna get it then. And she might know it beforehand. So this is not a lopsided power struggle with one winner and one loser, but this is about win-win, for both.
Well, for me anyway.
Years ago, I read a book on dream interpretation. In it, circumcision as a dream symbol denoted a sense of promotion - rising to higher things, gaining access to higher spheres of society, that sort of thing. I feel that is also true on some level, no matter how one views dream interpretation. But if there is a universal connection to the subconscious, how very interesting if that were really how we humans are programmed to view circumcision.