Circumcised Sex As Good or Better … For The Woman
New study tells Jewish men what they totally already knew
Most scientific examinations of sexual pleasure and circumcision have focused on how the man’s experience is affected. But a new study in the journal BJU International (pun implied) considered women, and found there is not a significant difference in a woman’s sexual pleasure between when the man is sporting the theater version and when he is screening the director’s cut, with all the deleted scenes included. In fact, though a majority of the 455 Ugandan women who participated in the study reported no difference, nearly 40 percent claimed that sex with their partner actually got better post-op. Next time, you ladies will have to think of a different excuse.
Sex Equally Satisfying with Circumcised Men: Study [Reuters]
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