Jul 29, 2008 8:44 PM GMT
XRuggerATX saidhealthseeker saidI think the abrasions could come from the foreskin being pulled, pinched or torn whereas the glans is more, ahh, aerodynamic.
You're right about the cdc but I think they are the ones that released the study most recently, though mainly focused on sub-saharan Africa.
OK full disclosure here. When I've barebacked (don't attach a stigma guys...a thoroughly tested, monogamous, and unconditionally trusting relationship, it was) some of the sex got pretty rough and lasted a long time. But I've never once seen an abrasion, tear, or pinch. No broken skin. But my cut friend showed me an abrasion on his dick once from a long BB session with his girlfriend. I know...lots of anatomical variables at play here, but I guess that's my point. You can blindly follow statistics and end up disappointed in some way, or you can trust your own intelligent mind to gather multiple sources of information and then make a confident, common-sense decision.
One thing is for sure. No blades below my neck ever. I don't care what the government or a bunch of guys citing questionable sources try and tell me. Thankfully, most of the world is uncut and most guys I've known are into uncut guys.
The abrasions are not always visible.