Circumcision is a controversial topic. Along with the “good” hygiene motives, it’s not without its “bad” as well.
The extra foreskin is actually very useful and can prove be of great benefit to both men and women.It provides extra stimulation for the G-spot. The foreskin, if overtrimmed, can constrain penile extension, even worse – it will backfire the penile growth back to the prostate, thus resulting in premature ejaculation and shortening of the penis. Extending penile size often requires the foreskin to support the process.
If foreskin is missing, the glans will abrade, resulting in diminished pleasure from sex. The skin, in actuality, is a neuro-endocrine organ which produces neurotransmitters and hormones. Circumcision will disturb proper functioning during penile stimulation or intercourse.