Written by Vudu Dahl


Posted on September 21 2023

Alright, you and your fresh flame are beginning to get saucy, and you could be curious about what's lurking in their trousers. Although size might be the first thing that comes to mind (which is totally normal, btw!), there are other details of the penis anatomy that deserves some attention and thought.

While circumcision remains popular in western culture, the number of uncut men out there is steadily dwindling. In 2013, the CDC reported that circumcision rates in hospitals have decreased from 65% in 1979 to 58.3% in 2010. The procedure is considered a rite of passage within certain religions like Judaism, but it's pretty uncommon in places like Asia, most of Latin America and Europe.

And to set the record straight: there's absolutely nothing unhygienic about having foreskin. Folks with penises just need to give their foreskin a good wash, like they do with the rest of their penises. No biggie!

When it comes to sexual pleasure, understanding and exploring the unique and complicated features the uncircumcised penis essential. In this blog, we'll dive into the topic of stimulating uncircumcised penises and shedding light on the specific techniques and considerations that can enhance pleasure and intimacy for individuals with foreskin. Whether you're an uncircumcised individual looking for new ways to explore your own pleasure or a partner seeking to please your uncircumcised partner, this guide will definitely provide some valuable insight. Let's get right into it!


The anatomy of an uncircumcised penis vs a circumcised one is unique, therefore it's important to understand the differences. You see, the foreskin, a retractable fold of tissue that covers the glans (head) of the penis, plays a major role in sexual sensitivity. It contains nearly 20,000 of nerve endings, making it a sensitive erogenous zone that can contribute to intense pleasure during sexy time.


Communication is key: Every person is unique and what one person finds pleasurable may not be the same for another. Therefore, it's really important to have open and honest communication with your partner. Ask them what they enjoy, what gets them off and ask them to provide feedback during intimate moments.


The foreskin is a very sensitive erogenous zone, so take the time to explore it! Gently touch, stroke, and tease the foreskin, paying attention to the pleasure it elicits and how your partner responds. Experiment with different techniques. you can use your fingers, tongue or even your breath to gently stimulate the foreskin. Don't forget to explore the broader genital area too - the testicles love attention! 


Lubricants, especially water-based ones are really great for enhancing in the pleasure of both manual and oral stimulation. it reduces friction by allowing the foreskin to glide over the glans, intensifying sensations and preventing discomfort. Remember to choose a lubricant that's compatible with both you and your partner's preferences.


 The frenulum is where the foreskin meets the underside of the penis. This highly sensitive, V-shaped area can be a major source of intense pleasure for uncircumcised individuals, focus on this area during oral or manual stimulation, using gentle pleasure, light flicks, or circular motions to stimulate and tease the frenulum.


The key to pleasuring an uncircumcised penis is to be attentive, receptive and responsive to your lover's needs and desires. Don't be afraid to experiment with different techniques and explore what works best for you and your partner. Vary the speed, pressure and rhythm of your movements and encourage your partner to provide guidance and feedback. Everyone is unique, so it's essential to have that open line of communication when it comes to giving and receiving pleasure. Remember, the main objective of experiencing pleasure should be about the journey - as much, if not more - than the destination.                       You can even take it a step further and ask your partner to show you how they masturbate, so you can notice the grip, movement and speed and whether they focus more on the tip or shaft. This will give you all the clues you need to give them the best blow/hand job ever!

Pro tip: 

When your partner is close to orgasm, their balls with pull up in preparation ejaculation. If it's too soon and you want to extend the session, press the little spot between their balls and anus to massage their prostate (not too hard, of course!) This will help them control the ejaculation and reduce the contact with the tip of the penis, so their excitement level decreases just enough to keep the fun going a little longer.



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