NSFW: Circumcision Reversal with SenSlip Artificial Foreskin

Photo of a SenSlip in a woman's hand.

Hey dads, for only $1.30 per day you can reverse the mutilation your parents inflicted upon you as an infant.

No, this isn’t a product for kids, but it might give you pause (or chuckles) in thinking about your perspective on circumcision.

SenSlip by Viafin-Atlas is artificial foreskin for circumcised men. It’s made of latex with microscopic viscose rayon fibers lining the inside, and the whole thing is reportedly quite flexible with a “luxuriant velvet feel.”

For the record, this is not *cough* a field-tested product review. I’m only regurgitating a summary of the manufacturer’s claims, not writing a balanced article.

It seems, your super-sensitive penis tip is a tired little fellow today, desensitized from decades of raw exposure and rubbing against underwear and the elements.

SenSlip attempts to restore the shield you were born with. Its purpose is to help return your battered buddy to a happy state, allowing for a “deeper and more enjoyable orgasm.” Oh, and to give you “a feeling of warmth, security and self-esteem.”

But wait. You don’t wear your foreskin during intercourse. SenSlip “is designed to keep its shape, consistency and appearance for up to ten days,” and retracts for urination, but it is not designed for intimacy. The company refers to it as a “garment,” so it’s best if you shed ALL of your clothes before engaging in relations.

To proceed, first, you follow the company’s sizing instructions and order a $29 starter pack. Figure out which of the four included sizes that are closest to your target size will fit best.

Second, your most economical choice is to buy foreskins in bulk, a pack of 10 for $119. You’ll wear approximately 37 per year. That comes out to $476 with 3 extra foreskins.

If all of this seems a bit strange, well, I didn’t even talk about your other options, such as foreskin restoration surgery and the National Organization for Restoring Men.

But for the record, if there’s one thing I would say about circumcision, it would be to repeat what the American Academy of Pediatrics had to say in its Circumcision Policy Statement

Summary and Recommendations
Existing scientific evidence demonstrates potential medical benefits of newborn male circumcision; however, these data are not sufficient to recommend routine neonatal circumcision. In the case of circumcision, in which there are potential benefits and risks, yet the procedure is not essential to the child’s current well-being, parents should determine
what is in the best interest of the child. To make an informed choice, parents of all male infants should be given accurate and unbiased information and be provided the opportunity to discuss this decision. It is legitimate for parents to take into account cultural, religious, and ethnic traditions, in addition to the medical factors, when making this decision. Analgesia is safe and effective in reducing the procedural pain associated with circumcision; therefore, if a decision for circumcision is made, procedural analgesia should be provided. If circumcision is performed in the newborn period, it should only be done on infants who are stable and healthy.


5 Responses to “NSFW: Circumcision Reversal with SenSlip Artificial Foreskin”

  1. OMG says:

    Looking at the photo, is that how much they cut off us? That’s no little snip.

    May 7th, 2007 at 8:57 am

  2. painfulquestioning says:

    OMG, how much and what is cut off varies with the doctor and technique used, but in many cases amputations of almost 1/2 of the total penile skin are not unusual. About half of the amputated skin(the part the would be underside in a man with foreskin), is specialized skin that is sexually sensitive to stimulation. If you are circumcised, you may have noticed that the skin between the scar line and the glans is sexually sensitive in constrast with the shaft skin below the scar line.

    May 10th, 2007 at 11:59 am

  3. tlh777 says:

    an average adult foreskin is as big as a 3″x5″ card.and some guys are missing 6-7 inches of skin.

    May 27th, 2007 at 7:04 pm

  4. Tom says:

    Circumcision is a form of mutilation usually performed on infants and very young boys who have no choice in the matter. It is the product of ancient cultures of filthy people whose practice of personal hygiene was as primitive as the people themselves. In short, if you are dirty, fail to bathe occasionally or are the victim of religious dogma fine. The rest of us will let our little boys grow up the way the Creator intended, foreskin included.

    February 19th, 2009 at 8:48 pm

  5. Keith says:

    As Tom says, leave your little boy’s penis alone. If he wants to get the best part of it cut off when he’s grown up, and can make an informed choice, that is up to him. My foreskin was cut off, now I am trying to restore it, but it’s a long slow process, and even then it won’t be as good as it should have been.

    March 12th, 2009 at 4:31 pm

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