Originally Posted by Jim1
There are quite a few men circumcised as teens or adults who report increased
pleasure after being cut. So there's all that talk about 20,000 nerves being removed
by circumcision, but maybe for many those nerves are not involved in pleasure.
Probably the dumbest and most untrue thing I've read on here. The foreskin's sole responsibility is to add pleasure during intercourse and protect the glans which are designed to be sensitive by nature (again, for sexual reproduction and stimulation.)
Doesn't take a genius to know that having it exposed permanently from birth is a leading factor in loss of sensitivity (and it's not a long bow to draw to link it with old age problems like erectile disfunction).