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What can I do with my partner's massive foreskin?
Dear Sex Doc,
I just started seeing this guy about a month ago. I really like him and all, but I think heís kind of deformed. His foreskin is freakishly long. I havenít been with too many guys, but I know when something is off down there. It doesnít bother me during intercourse, but when I give him oral I pretty well gag on all that skin. I want to stay with him, but what can I do about his massive foreskin?
Choking on Foreskin
Dear Choking on Foreskin,
Iím not sure how long a Ďfreakishlyí long foreskin is, but Iím assuming his tickle trunk doesnít retract over the head of his penis when heís erect.
When most uncut guys get an erection, their foreskin moves over their glans. In fact, it is often difficult to tell if a guy is uncut when heís hard.
Your guy was born with a little more trunk than most. It sounds like it works for intercourse because thereís more junk to stimulate you.
But, like you mentioned Choking on Foreskin, too much casing at the end of his sausage can be a pain in the butt in the mouth.
I would suggest you push the foreskin down when you are going down on your guy. Hold it in place while sucking on his knob. You can slowly move the foreskin back and forth, but donít let his macro derma dick get out of control.
I worry that you think heís deformed. Do you think he has issues with the amount of outer membrane on his member? If so, talk to him and let him know heís normal. Even better, tell him that all that extra skin adds his girth during intercourse.
Most guys love their penises regardless if theyíre cut or uncut. Iím sure your guy loves his too. He might wish he had less skin, but Iím sure heís learned to accept it.
If you really love him, you should love him for all of his qualities, whether you see them as good or bad.
If you just canít get over the tickle in his trunk, you might just need to end it.
Best regards,Dr. Brian Parker
This article was published on Sunday 08 April, 2007.
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