Let's get it right out of the closet.
have sex with other men and are therefore
enamored by the male sex organ, since it is the principle erotic
focus in sexual activity. Although
Nature Intended It
does not specifically address gay sex because it is a subject the
female author has no direct experience with, it makes sense that if
heterosexual sex is substantially improved when the penis has a
foreskin, homosexual sex would also be significantly improved.
will find this to be one of the most interesting and informative
books you'll ever read about the penis, even though it deals with
Gay acquaintances have told me that
circumcision, and the foreskin, is a much talked about topic in the
gay community. And gay men
who have read this book tell me that they enthusiastically recommend
it to other gay men, and men in general.
three main topics, discussed in detail
and at great length, that should
prove highly interesting to you.
if you are circumcised,
let me ask you a question? Have you ever
fantasized what it might be like to have a foreskin?
Would it interest or excite you to learn that this book discusses
how you can get your "foreskin" back again?
The Foreskin Restoration Revolution Has Begun.
If you are circum-cised, this book has much
to offer you regarding your sexuality.
In particular, one of its primary themes, running throughout the
book, is its inspirational message concerning foreskin restoration
(loosely defined as "regrowing" the foreskin
using various non-surgical techniques that expand and extend the
penile shaft skin). In fact, the lengthiest chapter is devoted
exclusively to foreskin restoration.
The chapter includes numerous voices of
circumcised men who express their condemnation and regret at being
circumcised in infancy without their consent. And not to be missed
are the fasci-nating,
in-depth, before and after stories of two men who restored
(as well as the comments of other restored
men), who talk about the immense betterments restoration brought
to their sexuality. What can you expect from restoration?—a
rainbow of new sexual sensations and sensuousness, and new
feelings of wholeness.
In the words of my restored husband,
"It's too beautiful for words."
And as another man said,
"If I were to rate sex before my
restoration, I'd give it a two. Now that I'm restored, it's
How sweet it is."
A Sexual Comparison of the Natural (uncut) & Circumcised Penis.
Several chapters in the book discuss at
length the erotic structure of the penis and how the presence or
absence of a foreskin can have a tremendous influence on both
sexual feeling and the sex act.
The book is full of insights and
explanations about how the penis functions as an instrument of
sexual pleasure and is the first book
to explain in detail the many sexual benefits and functions of the
The Male Clitoris: Its Discovery, Pleasurement, and How It Affects
a Man's Sexuality.
Being a gay man, you may not be aware
that the female genitalia has a specialized structure—the
clitoris—that is the focal powerhouse of a woman's sexual
pleasure. Up until now, sexual researchers believed that the
clitoris was a structure unique to women only. However, it
was recently discovered that the male, too, has a clitoris—the
most erogenous tissue of the penis—the penis's primary focal point
of pleasure. The discovery
of the male clitoris, and how it is pleasured, is a major
advancement in understanding both your own sexuality and the
sexuality of other men. This is
sure to be a much-talked-about topic among members of the gay
gay readers speak very highly of this book, and after reading it
yourself, I feel confident that you will value it as one of the most
important books you've ever read—if not the most
[Author's Personal Note]
The title of the book was conceived very early
in the writing and was meant to convey (upon reading the book) that
the foreskin is an intrinsic element in human sexuality.
Recently, someone pointed out that the gay community, at casual
glance, could misconstrue the title as anti-gay. Let it be
known that the author is in no way, shape, or manner anti-gay or
homophobic. I respect the rights of all consenting adults to
their individual sexual orientation. And I believe that every
person should be freed from involuntary genital alteration
(circumcision) so that they may enjoy the full extent of sexual
pleasure for which nature endowed them, regardless of sexual
orientation. My philosophy is best summed up in the following
quote by the poet, Rod McKuen: "It's
not who you love or what you love, but that you love."