there are some very strange looking condoms on the market these days. nursemyra likes to promote safe sex but I’m not sure putting an alien space craft on your penis is the way to go. you don’t want your object of desire laughing at you
I’m not afraid of trouser snakes but that’s because I know how to milk them. the snake pictured below is not of the trouser variety so I’d be rather wary of attempting to handle it. would you trust this condom to offer the right sort of protection?
george from elite fitness (no, this is not a paid ad) is recommending a spiral condom.
the curves of the spiral shaped head of the condom, create a sliding sensation all around the head of the penis. The loose fit at the tip of the condom allowed the nerve endings to remain at their most sensitive, while the friction caused by the extra moving latex produced additional sensation.
they look weird but he makes them sound interesting, almost like they mimic the action of a foreskin which might be a plus for the circumcised man. I feel like my many research projects are incomplete because I have only slept with circumcised men so I get a biaised view when I ask their opinion on these matters.
luckily, I have research subjects close at hand, one of the many perks of having given birth to a homo. my hetero son shys away from nursemyra’s questionnaires but J. and his boyfriend are always keen to help in the name of science
after (ahem) raising this issue, I was gratified when J. thanked me for his uncircumcised appendage. to be honest, back then, I wasn’t sure what was the right thing to do and allowed myself to be guided by medical opinion. I think subconsciously I had a leaning towards penises that were cut because that was what I was used to, not really a valid reason for chopping bits off my newborn.
so I’m interested in reader’s opinions. if you/your partner were to give birth to a baby boy tomorrow, would you have him circumcised and if so, why?