Is circumcision rare?
Answered 26 days ago
I have been sleeping around lately and I have noticed that I have been with more uncircumcised than circumcised. I have known that it’s been uncommon to be circumcised buts it’s not heard of now. To be honest I am more comfortable with someone who is uncircumcised as I am more familiar with a foreskin
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But neither of those things is a reason to justify circumcising an infant I don't think. I'd rather leave it to him to decide when he's older.
I'd you do go ahead please understand the different ways it can be done and the different outcomes. Search for Gomco to find some previous posts.
Good luck with it.
Gomco takes off more skin, resulting in no or little loose skin when flaccid and tight shaft skin when erect, and removes the foreskin there and then.
With the Plastibell it falls off after a few days with the foreskin, and leaves a bit more skin and a "looser" cut.
Some prefer Gomco because it gives a more "classic" circumcision with a scar well away from the head and no loose skin.
My son had the traditional method where they just pull the skin forward and slice it off. It just takes a few seconds. Anyway, it has worked out perfectly for my son. There isn't even a scar that I can see.
I'm torn about it. I love a guy with a handsome circumcised penis but have trouble reconciling it with the fact that it's the result of surgery carried out, in most cases, on an infant for usually debatable reasons.
He says he's glad now that he had the choice even though growing up he was resentful he hadn't been done when almost all his mates were.
We wouldn't have our boys done if we'd had any.