A lot of guys that aren’t circumcised, make the decision to keep the foreskin back permanently. I have started keeping my foreskin retracted 6 years ago. At the beginning the foreskin would go back over the glans and I had to pull it back again. I started to use the silicone glans ring to keep my foreskin retracted and it worked great. The glans has dried out a bit and has turned from pink to purple. It seems like the corona has widened a bit. I love the way it looks and feels. The penis is a lot cleaner, there is no smell anymore. I only pull it forward when I shower and clean my penis otherwise It is always retracted.

Permanently uncovered glans



From my own experience

“I can only speak from my own experience: It’s possible to look circumcised by keeping your foreskin permanently retracted, but that’s entirely up to you. I, however, can highly recommend it, as I’ve kept my penis head permanently exposed for years. The foreskin will eventually get used to being permanently retracted and may even become shorter, as mine did. In fact, today if I try to cover my penis head with my foreskin, it rolls back behind the penis head by itself again! However, I like it that way! I can reassure you that your penis head won’t become insensitive at all, but will become more tolerable to touch and friction in a way that I’m sure you’ll find pleasurable. Sex ought to be wonderful for you and your partner. You may take a little longer to come, but then with explosive sensations and pleasure when you do.”


Circumcised Vs. Autocircumcised

The practice of autocircumcision  has all the advantages of circumcision without actually having the operation.


Autocircumcision – “The best of both worlds”.

By wearing your foreskin permanently retracted (auto-circumcision), you get the advantages of circumcised and uncircumcised penises at the same time.

Universal Circumcision

To achieve the circumcised look of your penis, wear the silicone glans ring 24/7. Fantastic result with minimal effort.

Adult circumcision video

Adult circumcision

What happens during male circumcision?

Circumcision requires anesthesia, either local or general. The foreskin is then cut off and the remaining edges of the skin are stitched together. The penis is then bandaged. Men may be unable to walk for several days and should wear tight fitting briefs to keep the penis from moving. The procedure can be very painful, especially if erections occur in the days and weeks following surgery.