Another Installment of My Gay Advice Column, “Go Ask Daddy”
Buddy: l’m in my early twenties but unlike my two older brothers, who were circumcised as babies, l’m uncut. But l like the cut look on them and guys l’ve played with. Should l get cut too?
Daddy: Obviously at your age that’s largely up to you. But getting circed when you’re an adult male is no walk in the park but a rather potentially painful procedure with a long recovery. Remember, your adult tool is a hell of a lot more sensitive than it was when it was a thumbprint between your legs in the nursery. In my day circumcision was a routine practice in hospital newborn nurseries, but in the last decade or so, more and more parents are choosing to not have their newborn boys circumcised.
Recent medical research, however, suggests that uncut cocks may harbor the HIV virus and the germs responsible for other STD’s longer and if not kept clean can also have a higher incidence of penis cancer. Again maintaining regular personal hygiene is key here.
But unless you suffer from some medical issues like phimosis where the foreskin is so tight that it cannot retract without being painful, l’d pass. While l’m cut myself and prefer it on other guys, an occasional uncut guy can be fun.