Circumcised men now have a chance of regaining their foreskin. UK-based company Viafin-Atlas has released an artificial foreskin called the SenSlip.
Made out of liquid polymer latex, the product has been designed to promote male sexual health and wellbeing.
“Putting religious issues to one side, circumcision can be a very sad and harming procedure to carry out on babies and young children, especially if there is no medical necessity,” said managing director of Viafin-Atlas, James Williams.
“We have found there are many thousands of men who feel mutilated, harmed and abused. There is a medial inevitability that most suffer a de-sensitisation of the glans as time progresses.”
The SenSlip is said to help reverse the keritinisation (desensitisation of the nerve endings) of the glans by fooling the body into believing there is a foreskin.
“If the SenSlip is worn according to the instructions (basically morning till night, or in some cases all the time) then results can be seen within just a few days,” Williams said.
The product comes in two different colours and ten different sizes.  In addition, the company is designing a different version for those who suffer from excessive rubbing, chafing and discomfort while taking part in active sports.

info: For more details on the SenSlip visit
www.viafin-atlas.com.

© Star Observer 2017 | For the latest in lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans* and intersex (LGBTI) news in Australia, be sure to visit starobserver.com.au daily. You can also read our latest magazines or Join us on our Facebook page and Twitter feed.