I always thought I was "cut". I had to have a Cardiac Cathiterzation(SP?) and had the nurse place a Foley Cath. as I can not lay flat on my back, as you must after the procedure, and use a Urinal. As she was placing the Foley she ask me why I had never been cut. I replyed that I always thought I had been and now could not use the excuse that they cut away too much. The nurse had to stop and sit down to get her laughter under control.LOL
I too am uncut and love being that way.
Believe it is not only natural but looks far better.
I have never had anyone that didn't like the look.
We uncut men should all be so satisfird for the extra sensations we have.
I'm against any form of genital mutilation, male or female.
When my son was born the docs at the American hospital wanted to do that right on the 2nd day. My Austrian wife called me and asked:
"What the hell is CIRCUMCISION? They want to do that to our baby!"
I replied: "Oh, NO! Don't let them do it, if the Nazis ever come back to Germany, they'll think he's a Jew and put him into death camp!"
That's how they actually did figure out who was Jewish or not back then.
As an adult man he still thanks me that I saved his foreskin for him. I have mine too.
I was born during a period where the boy had no say in the matter - he was cut at birth or "on the 8th day" like Jesus was if he had practicing Jewish parents, but many Gentiles also were cut, as I said, as a matter of being born a male.
I am glad there seems to be more of a choice in the matter now. When I was in gym classes as a young boy and it was shower time, you noticed that most of the boys were circumcised, but there were a few boys who had this 'funny looking piece of skin' over their penises.
Not being Jewish and not knowing then about the tremendous religious significance of circumcision among Jewish people (on the 8th day after birth, counting in the Biblical way as the birth-day being the first day of one's life) of Jewish boys, I did not even know that boys were born uncircumcised until I took a biology class in the 10th grade. - OK, we were not very advanced education-wise back in the 1930s or before.
Some decades later a Jewish friend explained why Christianity began when it did on January 1 - that it is because if Jesus was born on Dec 25, counting that as the first day of his life and counting forward, we come to Jan 1, the eighth day of his life when the Jewish boy becomes a 'person of significance' by circumcising his penis, so our Christian history begins at that date of Jesus' circumcision.
For those interested, ask a priest or rabbi about it.
OK, far more info than anyone ordinarily needs to survive in this life, but thought some might be interested.
Personally I would agree that uncircumcised is best: In my own case it happened before I had a vote on the subject.