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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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