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My parents stopped me from having my son circumcised which was a choice I wanted to make when he was born. I didn’t end up having it done. I taught my son to clean and wash himself properly. He hasn’t had any issues and he is now 11 but my husband was circumcised later at 15 apparently and unfortunately he has major sensitivity issues and scarring. I feel like it should now that is should only be done of there are medical issues and that otherwise it should be left alone. As long as a parent teaches their child to wash and clean themselves and how to pull their foreskin back to avoid shrinking and not being able to clean there is no issue. I feel like circumcision is another lazy parent tactic anything to take a short cut
I don’t agree with circumcising either.
Unless a person makes the decision themselves- it’s assault and perverted to need to do such.
If you'd circumcise a female then circumcise a male. End of story.
I honestly do not understand why people think it's okay to have a say in an infant males genitals!
We as women want men to stop having a say in what happens in relation to our female bodies, yet y'all think it's your right as the mother to purposely alter your sons anatomy!
Female genital mutilation involves slicing off the clitoris and sewing up the labia so pee and menstrual fluid can't be evacuated properly, nearly always leading to infections and other complications.
Male circumcision involves removing a small fold of skin that doesn't affect the ability to pee or ejaculate. Men who had it done as adults reported little or no difference in sexual satisfaction.
Regardless of whether you believe it's necessary or morally right to circumcise, can you see that there's a big difference between these two procedures? Please stop comparing them. It's insulting to the women who have suffered their whole lives. "Oh yeah you can't even pee except in a trickle but think of what this POOR MAN HAS BEEN THROUGH living without his skinflap!!!!!"