The thing about whether some people find one version to look strange or not likely comes down to exposure.
If you're used to guys who are circumcised, and then you encounter one that isn't, you'll find that strange or surprising.
If you're used to guys who are un-circumcised, and then you encounter one that is, you'll find that strange or surprising.
That was the case for us in our class when taking our first shower after swimming lesson, when there was one guy in our class who was circumcised. I do recall thinking it looked strange, and I was surprised. I believe someone asked him about it as well. His father was from Tunisa, so I guess it was a religious thing.
Even though no one teased him for it, our focus on him had to do with him being the only one who was circumcised. If it's more of a mix, like it is today in the US, it's less likely that anyone in particular would be singled out. If there are bullies who want to target one individual for looking one way or another, they have to consider not offending the wrong person in the process, if they happen to look the same way.
On that note, an erect uncircumcised penis looks pretty much the same as a circumcised one, if the skin is pulled back, which is usually the case during any form of sex, so if any woman happens to prefer that, there you go.
But echoing what someone else in here said, if a woman has an issue with how your son's genitals look, she probably doesn't deserve him. And even if that's the case, I imagine this wouldn't commonly be said in a negative way directly to the man in question.
Imagine expressing your disappointment with the way a woman's vagina looks, or breasts, and suggests she needs cosmetic surgery? Yeah, that would be an asshole thing to say, and not a person you should waste your time with anyway.