The biggest regret I have in my life is getting my son circumcised.
Most music moguls laze away the day in balmy LA in their pools or admiring their vintage car collections.
But a few months ago, R&B sensation Omarion chose to spend a beautiful fall morning under the knife — or at least under the scalpel — at his own circumcision.
We're also supposed to be free of cellulite, gas, menstrual blood, vaginal odor, sweat, and a whole slew of other so-called problems an entire commercial and increasingly high-tech industry is devoted to solving.
So imagine my guilt for that double take after sex, potentially making my new boyfriend as self-conscious about the part of himself he'd only just shared with me as many women are about their bodies. The next time we were in bed, I tried to mention it casually. "Yeah, I'm uncircumcised," to which I replied, "I figured; I've just never seen one in real life." He looked at me sideways. " "I don't think I need to have done -- er, witnessed -- everything I know and write about," I said, which is true, but in the moment it felt like a feeble excuse.
I know many women in the United States prefer circumcised, but is lack of circumcision a DEAL-BREAKER for you?
Sorry for the second sex-related thread in the same day, but this is another thing I wanted to ask. (I'd say that they look slightly different even when they're erect, but completely different when they're not.) I guess I have a slight preference for circumcised, however it's never been an issue.
“I used to be part of the turtleneck club,” says the 30-year-old star of the VH1 show “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood,” adding that the decision was at least partly driven by his lady, Apryl Jones.
Whereas his baby son, Megaa, was circumcised in August in a mohel’s LA home, Omarion took matters into his own hands — or at least the hands of a doc — opting for a hospital and major anesthesia.
I should add that there was a man attached to the penis; he was someone who I'd been out with on a couple dates, and that night was our first time.