Does a circumcised or uncircumcised penis gives more pleasure to women?

That depends on the individual woman.

When it's inside of you there's no difference.


During intercourse, the foreskin acts as an effective natural lubricant, and that's very important for women. Also, during intercourse, the shaft of the intact penis doesn't rub up against the walls of the vagina like a circumcised penis does. Instead, it slides back and forth inside its own foreskin. This gives the woman a great sense of motion while almost eliminating the uncomfortable rubbing friction that is felt during intercourse with a circumcised penis.


The abundant skin of the natural penile shaft further cushions the force of the coronal ridge in the vagina. In addition, the mobile skin of the penis is "grasped" by the ridges of the vaginal mucosa and held in place. The bunching and unbunching of penile skin during intercourse enhances a man's pleasure, but it also excites the woman. The give of the uncircumcised penis allows for more bend and flex of the organ in the vagina, adding to a woman's pleasure and comfort.


Because of the sensitivity of the penis head and all the stimulation provided by the interactions of the vagina, foreskin, and penis head, an uncircumcised man can use more slow and deliberate thrusts, being able to focus on pleasuring his partner instead of his need to work to achieve orgasm. During sex with an uncircumcised penis, both the penis and vagina ride on a cushion of skin, and the vagina experiences pleasure without the soreness that can often accompany circumcised sex. The foreskin is a natural gliding stimulator of the vaginal walls during intercourse, helping her to achieve orgasm more easily.