It used to be thought (wrongly) that circumcision decreased the sensitivity of the male penis to the point where sex would become a humdrum event in later life. Now we know better.
The study involved subjects half of whom were circumsized while the other half were uncircumsized. They were judged on the basis of touch, warmth, heat and pain thresholds in their regular enjoyment of sexual intercourse.
The results showed that across all the sensitive regions of the penis, there were no noticable differences between circumsized and uncircumsized males.
They both enjoyed sex without any hindrances as the International Index of Sexual Functioning showed so clearly.
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