Even More Cock Talk

I know you're probably sick to death of this subject, but there's one thing I've been dying to find out.

I've been with a few men in my time who were uncircumcised, and while I didn't have a problem with the shape or size of said members, they couldn't seem to keep a condom on. The extra skin kept making the darn things roll or slip off. These few menfolk told me they didn't

really have any experience with condoms, which could be a possible explanation, but even when I put them on, they still wouldn't stay on.

Do you know any ways to fix this problem? So far, the only solution I've found is not to have sex with an uncircumcised stud-muffin (although I hate to discriminate like that).

Also, you referred to circumcision in one column as "lopping off an inch," and I'm pretty sure that's not how it works. But I suppose it makes men everywhere feel better about their size if they think they were an inch longer to start out with.

Not Going Out in the Rain Without My Rubbers

First off, honey, I never get tired of talking cock. Second, how can any grown-up of sex-having age not have experience with condoms? What kind of retards are you banging? All the more reason to insist on gloved love. Once a dick is hard, it's not always easy to tell if it's clipped or not—which I think is where your problem lies. If you're trying to slip the condom over a half-husky, you're gonna have problems, especially if there's a foreskin involved. Wait till it's completely erect, then give it a try.

Oh, and when I said that the doctors were lopping off an inch, I wasn't talking about length. In fact, anti-circumcision activists claim that a clipped man has been cheated of "12 square inches of highly erogenous tissue."

I'm not sure I buy that, but can you tell someone's been doing their research? And please don't discriminate. Some of my best boys have worn the turtleneck—don't give up on them.

In response to your column "Cock Talk" [March 26], what is that woman thinking? "Most women get their orgasms through clitoral stimulation." Where is she getting her research? She's obviously got cobwebs growing over her love canal, and she needn't speak for the rest of us!

I am one of those that can experience ecstasy both through penetration or manipulation, plus I am multi-orgasmic. I am certainly not an anomaly! Please. Who wants a guy with no hope in his rope? In fact, I just had a date with a guy who was on the fast train to flaccid city. A huge disappointment. It doesn't happen to everyone, it's not that common, and it is a big deal! Oral sex is great, but come on! It's a small part of the many fun things we can do for pleasure.

Give me a nice stiffy any day (or any minute, for that matter). The vibrator's fun and all, but it's not going to make me breakfast in the morning.

Jersey Girl in the Northwest

Since I've got all my sex reference books spread out around me, I figured I'd share the wealth. The clitoris is the only organ designed specifically and only for pleasure. And it's not just that little beany type item you easily see. The roots of the clit extend beside either side of the vagina, so when you get off vaginally, you're also getting off clitorally. And there are tons of broads who can't come from penetration—it's nothing to feel superior or inferior about. An orgasm's an orgasm, as far as this broad's concerned, so who cares if it's fingers, lips, or a nice hard cock that brings it on. The reader you're referring to did appear to have one or a dozen hang-ups, but here at Dategirl HQ, we're trying to be kinder and gentler in this time of war and whatnot.

Which brings me to your next point. As Bob Dole has taught us, erectile dysfunction is a real problem, but your preference for stiff willies has been duly noted. Now, what I wanna know from you is, how the hell do you get one of them to cook you breakfast?

Real problems? Write Dategirl at dategirl@seattleweekly.com or c/o Seattle Weekly, 1008 Western, Ste. 300, Seattle, WA 98104.

 
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