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What is the proper way to use a condom if a man is uncircumcised?

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2011-09-09 01:35:19
2011-09-09 01:35:19

The same way you use it if he is circumcised.

Only in America and the Middle East are the majority of men circumcised, the rest of the world is left as nature intended.

I'm from the UK I'm circumcised and from what i been told for men that are uncircumcised they should make sure they pull the foreskin forward so head is covered before putting it on this is suppose to help avoid the condom splitting.

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