As a woman married to (or
in a relationship with) a circumcised man, you can expect some
wonderful things from this book, for it brings the promise of
greater overall happiness between the sheets—and pages—of your life.
Gentler sex, more sensuous sex, more
satisfying sex, increased attainment of orgasm from intercourse, can
be yours—giving you new insight into the joy that lovemaking
can bring when nature is on your side.
Not that long ago, women were thought to be lacking in capacity for
sexual enjoyment. But
in the early '60s, sexual researchers Masters and Johnson proved
that women are anatomically and physiologically capable of
experiencing sexual pleasure and achieving orgasm just like men.
And yet, there must be something amiss, because the popular press
reports that millions of American women fake
orgasm during intercourse, for they are often unable to achieve
them. This is, in general, an indication that women are
not experiencing the level of pleasure and arousal necessary to
bring on orgasm. For too many women, the lure of would-be
delicious sex often turns out to be a disappointing experience that
leaves them hungering for something more. And for some women,
active intercourse thrusting can even cause discomfort or pain.
The following comments taken from the book, Sex As Nature
show the frustration, disappointment, and discomfort women can
it's too much work for too little reward. When it's
over, I think to myself, 'Thank God he finally came!' "
"Sometimes, I get sore after sex.
Yes, I would sometimes classify it as pain ."
"I often experienced discomfort
with my husband, at which point I would usually try to hurry him
along, first physically and if that didn't work, verbally ."
"I had a feeling
of sadness, lack of satisfaction, emptiness, and
frustration after intercourse with my husband. I
never remember feeling like a whole woman during my marriage."
"My husband was totally engrossed in satisfying his own sexual
He pounded and banged as if he were
having intercourse with a non-feeling person."
above comments are about "circumcised intercourse." They were
expressed by women who share a special vantage point—they have all
experience of sexual intercourse with both
circumcised and uncircumcised men. These women participated in
the book's unique survey of such women, and it is one of the
keynotes of the book. It was the first
survey ever conducted on this topic, and it unearthed many
One of the most important findings was that
women reported dramatic differences between "circumcised
intercourse" (man has a circumcised penis) and "natural intercourse"
(man has a natural penis, as it's provided by nature at
The stunning bottom line of the survey is:
Women overwhelmingly preferred sex with the natural penis by a
margin of 9 to 1. (Considering that these women
had significantly more circumcised partners than natural partners,
one would think they would prefer the type of penis they were most
but such was not the case.) Moreover—and this is astonishing—women
were almost 5 times likelier to achieve vaginal orgasm when the man
had a natural, uncircumcised penis.
"Could this really be true?" you ask!
Could the surgically
altered circumcised penis lessen a woman's capability for
achieving vaginal orgasm?
Could it could cause
her various degrees of displeasure, discomfort, or pain during
shortcomings and disappointments of circumcised sex lessen a
woman's passion and desire for her mate?
there's good news, and bad news.
The bad news is that the answer to all these questions is "yes." The
good news is that the opening page of this website offered a
solution. And there is—foreskin restoration (loosely defined
as "regrowing" the foreskin using various non-surgical techniques
that expand and extend the penile shaft skin). This
topic—though it may seem radical—will be discussed in a minute.
But first, it should interest you to know that most of the world's
men (approximately 80%) are
America is one of the few countries that practices routine infant
circumcision. Circumcision is not the standard in the world;
it is the exception.
The following "joke" may help to underscore the difference a natural
penis can make to a woman:
What does the French woman say after making love? "Oo La La!" What
does the Italian woman say? "Mama Mia!" What does the American woman
say? "Jim, the ceiling needs painting." Why such a difference?
Because European men are not usually circumcised.
Sex As Nature Intended It
is written to women—in particular, to you—an American woman
married to (or in a relationship with) a circumcised man.
Kristen O'Hara, the author, talks to you as an intimate friend would
over lunch. She leans toward you, drops her voice, and
"Let me tell you a big secret—the
key to a woman's sexual ecstasy is
the foreskin of the penis."
Until you've had sex with a whole, fully functioning, softly-stiff
natural penis, you haven't really had sex. You only think you
have. In actuality, you've only had circumcised
sex. As a woman who's experienced both types of sex, allow me
to say the words women will later come to speak for themselves:
Sex with a circumcised penis and sex with a uncircumcised penis are
as different as night and day. They are as different as
viewing the harsh, blinding light of the sun at noon vs. the softer,
reflected light of the romantic midnight moon.
The specialized functions
of the foreskin allow a man and woman to experience intercourse in
accordance with nature's sexual plan—tenderly,
delicately, and lovingly—as
they mutually surrender to an enrapturing ecstasy that binds them so
close it's as if the two were one. The protective functions of
the foreskin give the natural penis head a softly-stiff
giveability that makes it feel exquisitely delicious as it
the vaginal walls. This, in combination with the foreskin
itself—the penis's only moving part—enables the sex act to be
gentle, softly-smooth, and spellbindingly sensuous—unlike anything
you've ever felt before.
Could the foreskin really make that much of a
difference during intercourse? Yes, yes, oohh yes, the
natural penis make a superlative difference in the lovemaking
experience. Whatever pleasure you may or may not be
experiencing from intercourse now—only one thing is certain: When
the foreskin is added, things will only get better—unbelievably
better, indescribably better. Beyond your highest
expectations. Here is a comment from a survey respondent:
experienced a huge difference between circumcised and
Until I met my natural husband, I thought that the rough, dry
circumcised penis was the way it was supposed to be. WOW!
I had been missing genuine, naturally satisfying sex and now
have the utmost appreciation for the 'real thing.' There is such
a remarkable difference, in all aspects of sex—from foreplay and
fellatio to intercourse. In retrospect, I now consider the
circumcised penis as a sort of unreal 'device' that made
intercourse a not very pleasing experience that often left me
sore. I now have orgasms that were very rare with
Hite, author of the famous book, The Hite Report, of the
mid-70s, surveyed 3,000 women on various aspects of their sexuality.
One of the astounding findings of this survey was that 70% OF THESE
WOMEN COULD NOT ORGASM REGULARLY FROM INTERCOURSE. That
figure—70%—represents the approximate percentage of circumcised men
in the adult population at that time (men born before the mid-50s).
During the 20th century in America,
circumcision was performed routinely by the medical community,
principally because it was thought to have
medical benefits—benefits that have now been discredited. The
American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recently conducted a two-year
intensive review of the medical literature on circumcision from the
last 40 years. As a result, they issued a policy statement in
March, 1999, declaring that existing scientific evidence
demonstrating potential medical benefits of newborn male
circumcision "are not sufficient to recommend routine neonatal
[infant] circumcision." Subsequently, in August, 2000, the American
Medical Association (AMA), the largest medical association in
America, posted a statement on their website concurring with the
AAP's findings, saying routine infant circumcision is
"non-therapeutic" and unnecessary. Because of this, the
already declining circumcision rate in America is sure to continue
spiraling downward. Non-circumcision is simply an idea whose
time has come.
This revolutionary book presents irrefutable
evidence that the foreskin plays an inherent role in adult
sexuality. It demonstrates conclusively that when the
penis is surgically altered
by circumcision, the sex act is
abnormalized for both the man and the woman on
the receiving end of the penis.
the typical American woman has experienced only circumcised
intercourse, she doesn't realize that her pleasure is
adversely affected, nor does she realize the extent to which
she is displeasured. She accepts the various
negativities of circumcised intercourse as a normal part of
having sex and simply tries to make the best of the
situation, never realizing that her pleasure,
responsiveness, and orgasmic capabilities are significantly
compromised. Sadly, the sex act may often leave a
woman feeling frustrated, dissatisfied, and
unfulfilled. Never conceiving that his surgically
altered penis is the real root of the problem, many American
women have come to think that they are "frigid," or that
perhaps something else is wrong with them.
When, in actuality, it's the fault of circumcision.
And regrettably, the negative effects
of circumcision don't necessarily end at the sex organs.
The incompleteness, shortcomings, and dissatisfaction of
circumcised intercourse can negatively impact the
psychological attitude of one or both partners, which
may lead to various degrees of relationship unhappiness, and
marital bickering and discord. (Although the
partners may not realize that the true underlying cause is
sexual—arguing, instead, about everything else under the
sun.) This can gradually erode the relationship and
may eventually set the stage for divorce. It is not
just coincidental that the divorce rate in America is more
than double that of Western European countries where men are
not usually circumcised.
The above may seem like a drastic jump—from circumcision, to
non-sexual arguments in the living room, to divorce
court—but the book will open your eyes to how this tragic
course of events can come about.
As a woman
intimately involved with a circumcised man and wanting to
maintain a successful marriage, this
book could keep you from experiencing a great deal of
unhappiness and pain in your life—and
bring you much joy instead.
The information in this book will set
you free. And set your partner free. Free
to develop and experience a higher love for your partner,
and he for you. Free to experience your true sexuality
and the overriding relationship happiness it will bring to
your life. For luckily, the miracle of foreskin
restoration is now possible. Not only is it possible,
but it is about to capture America's consciousness and sweep
us all off our feet by surprise. More and more, as men
begin to read and hear about restoration, they are choosing
to "undo" their circumcision and become "uncircumcised"
Still, the idea of foreskin restoration may immediately
strike you as strange and bizarre. But as you come to
realize the paramount importance of the foreskin to sexual
pleasure (and the love bond that develops from sexual
union), it will begin to seem a very reasonable and
realistic solution for today's circumcised men (and the
women they share their bed with). As the sexual
negativities of circumcision gain national notoriety—which
is destined to happen, and is already happening—men will
unquestionably want to restore. And their female
partners will be enthusiastically encouraging them to do so.
Through the promise of restoration,
circumcised men, and their female partners, can resurrect
the sexuality that was stolen from them and discover
together the "born again" pleasures of sex as nature
Ultimately, the book will enrich the lives of millions by
vastly improving the lovemaking experience of countless men
and women, every time they have sex, and make love,
re-cementing the love bond.
One riveting aspect of the book is the author's own
tastefully erotic, dynamic story about her "circumcised
experiences" and her discovery of the wonders of "natural
includes the personal stories of women
who participated in the survey.
Additional personal stories and scores of comments about all
aspects of this fascinating topic are frequently
interspersed throughout the explanatory text, adding spice
and a sense of secret exposé that make for captivating
reading. You're sure to find a certain satisfaction in
peeking into the intimate sexual experiences and love
relationships of these women who tell it like it is.
Below is a sampling of the kinds of comments that appear in
this tell-all book.
"My natural partner
kept more constant contact and pressure on my whole genital area
during intercourse, so I never felt like he was 'banging away'
but that he was with me and pleasuring me."
"I hear a lot of women saying they think a natural penis is ugly
and wouldn't want to have sex with one, but they've never tried
it. I felt that way too before I had sex with a natural
"With circumcised, when the man is too forceful with his thrusting
I lose all sense of feeling. The glans of the circumcised
male feels rough, and the shaft is too hard, unnatural. It
is not the same as with a natural penis."
"My sexual experiences with three natural men were extraordinary
in the gentleness, sensuality, and mutuality of the experience."
"There is much more tenderness, [during natural intercourse] it's
much more a joint experience rather than one-sided."
You won't find a boring
page in this thought-provoking book. And you will be pleased
to learn that there is a natural, comfortable
sexual position that virtually guarantees vaginal orgasm 99.99% of
Also, the book reveals a simple sexual secret that can
eliminate premature ejaculation.
These two secrets alone are worth 1000 times the price of the book.
Written in an easy to understand language and style, infused with
the passion of a poet's heart, the truth of nature proclaimed in
this landmark 20-chapter book is destined to become one of the most
important women's issues of our time as it lights the twin
revolutionary fires of greater sexual quality/equality, and greater
love between the sexes.
Sex As Nature Intended It: The Most Important Thing You Need to Know
About Making Love But No One Could Tell You Until Now
is one of the most important books you will ever read in your life.
survey of women—women who have had
sexual experience with both types of penises—unearthed
many mind-boggling revelations.
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