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post #1 of 18
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Foreskin that is? My health insurance company website has a link to NORM (National Organization of Restoring Men) which recommends non-surgical foreskin restoration. Has anyone ever heard of this? Is any one trying to do this? And if so is it worth it?
post #2 of 18
What the hell is wrong with people? Its not like foreskin adds or subtracts anything. If anything, it makes life a lot more complex when showering. Keep life simple. Keep removed foreskin, where it belongs: in the trash. Jon.
post #3 of 18
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Foreskin that is?  My health insurance company website has a link to NORM (National Organization of Restoring Men) which recommends non-surgical foreskin restoration.  Has anyone ever heard of this?  Is any one trying to do this? And if so is it worth it?
I was enjoying my lunch time roast beef sandwich until....
post #4 of 18
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(markb @ Jan. 18 2005,09:28) Foreskin that is? My health insurance company website has a link to NORM (National Organization of Restoring Men) which recommends non-surgical foreskin restoration. Has anyone ever heard of this? Is any one trying to do this? And if so is it worth it?
I was enjoying my lunch time roast beef sandwich until....
Weak stomach, huh? I ate an entire corned beef sandwich on rye while reading the original post and typing my response. Jon.
post #5 of 18
This sounds like as good an idea as putting your wisdom teeth back in . . .
post #6 of 18
The general consensus is that the uncircumcised among us have better sensation while bumping uglies. Some piercings, like dydoes, are said to mimic that sensation in circumcised men. No, I don't think 'restoration' or whatever is a good idea. It's a cultural thing, and if that's the worst thing our culture does, then let's be happy about it.
post #7 of 18
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The general consensus is that the uncircumcised among us have better sensation while bumping uglies. Some piercings, like dydoes, are said to mimic that sensation in circumcised men. No, I don't think 'restoration' or whatever is a good idea. It's a cultural thing, and if that's the worst thing our culture does, then let's be happy about it.
Simple question: how do you know? I mean if you are circumcised, how do you know you're um, bumping uglies experience are less pleasurable than if you had foreskin? And at the same time, if you have foreskin, how do you know that your experience is indeed better than that of the person without? Jon.
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Originally Posted by ken,Jan. 18 2005,17:36
The general consensus is that the uncircumcised among us have better sensation while bumping uglies. Some piercings, like dydoes, are said to mimic that sensation in circumcised men. No, I don't think 'restoration' or whatever is a good idea. It's a cultural thing, and if that's the worst thing our culture does, then let's be happy about it.
Simple question: how do you know? I mean if you are circumcised, how do you know you're um, bumping uglies experience are less pleasurable than if you had foreskin? And at the same time, if you have foreskin, how do you know that your experience is indeed better than that of the person without? Jon.
Some men are circumcised as adults.
post #9 of 18
I was under the impression that the different sensationis not directly due to the motion of the foreskin during the "bumping of uglies", to quote a previous post. Rather, the glans is more sensitive overall because the foreskin has limited the desensitization that occurs when the glans rubs against the fabric of underwear. So, it really seems like it would be too late for foreskin restoration to make much of a difference.
post #10 of 18
Let's get back to this: what the hell is non-surgical foreskin restoration? I'll assume it's kind of like salamanders growing limbs back, only instead of a salamander, it's a penis, and instead of a limb, it's foreskin.
post #11 of 18
I want to start a designer foreskin cloning business. I think advertizing would be a smart idea. Its like a miniature billboard in your pants.
post #12 of 18
Let me get this straight...your health insurance provider TOLD you about this? Mine barely covers the annual physical.
post #13 of 18
Can the Foreskin Club for Men be far behind?
post #14 of 18
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Let me get this straight...your health insurance provider TOLD you about this?  Mine barely covers the annual physical.  
Yes, my health insurance website has NORM listed under "Men's Health Issues" I've never heard of this kind of thing before. Went to NORMs website to check it out (was curious). Thought this might be a fetish thing until I realized it was on the insurance webiste. I only posted the question to see what people thought of this (What's the point was my first reaction).
post #15 of 18
First, I cannot believe I actually read this whole thread, secondly, I am still sitting here trying to believe what I am reading, wondering if this is really a bad dream, and maybe my contacts are messed up.
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