The foreskin of an uncircumsized newborn should NEVER be pulled back; it is a myth and it is dangerous to do this. It should never be forced back by a parent, no matter what the reason the parent has. Keep your hands off of it. Tissues of the glans penis and of the covering foreskin are not yet differentiated, and the foreskin should be left alone. Some physicians consider that an unretracted foreskin can be normal and non-problematic even as late as puberty. Yes, there can be problems with the foreskin, but pathological phimosis (a medically problematic unretractable foreskin) is virtually NEVER a competent diagnosis at birth.
AnswerThe foreskin does not retract at birth. Forcing it back at this age can cause tearing and scarring meaning it will be difficult to retract in the future.
On average they must be the same, it is basic math (every time a man has sex their is somewhere a woman is having it to! (except a few gay encounters of course) But historically "Nice girls" would only have sex with guys they loved and/or were married to, and most girls would have had less experience than their partners, while a few would have had a lot more. The median number of lifetime female sexual partners for men was seven; the median number of male partners for women was four.
Relax. When you're with her, think of her like a good friend that you know really well and you've known for a long time. Don't be nervous or shy. It might be a big turn-off, but this might save you a few embarassing moments and help you until you get this problem under control: think of cuddling with her like cudding with your mom or dad or another adult when you were a little kid. I'm not sure exactly what you mean by touch. If you are talking about when or before you have sex, then this isn't a good idea, but if you're just talking about cuddling, say, at the movies, then what you can do is masturbate just before you go see her. This will make you more relaxed. Also, consume less sugar and caffeine.
For most women it would be a shock at first and 3/4 of those women may not understand. Men cross-dressers are not usually gay. Hopefully, the woman can see herself clear of all of this and as long as the man doesn't dress like a woman when her family or friends are over and keeps it private there should be no problem. Marcy