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- Posted: Sun, 07 Oct 2012 20:50:51 +0000
The health benefits of circumcision have been widely disputed. There is no widespread agreement in the medical community on the health benefits of circumcision. It does seem to be widely seen as a cosmetic and religious procedure more than a health one.
It is agreed though that there are risks to circumcision.
You said earlier that you don't need your foreskin. When technically a woman does not need her clitoris and yet when that is taken off/out it is called genital mutilation. Men also don't need their nipples. Should it be allowed for parents to get their male children's nipples removed?
I have no opinion either way, on any of that. Because it's not my place to tell another person how to raise their child.
My point there, was simply that "what's done is done. And you'll never know the difference. So why make it into a much bigger deal than it actually is, when it has next to zero affect on your overall life?"
People act like it's comparable to chopping off a finger. No...it's really not. Unless you're Ron ******** Jeremy, you'll get a lot more use from your finger, than from your foreskin.
If we don't tell people how to raise their children then wouldn't child abuse be allowed?
My point on male nipples still stands and you have not disputed it.