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Old 12-11-2012, 11:28 PM   #33
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Re: to circ or not to circ

Originally Posted by lynn97 View Post
I will respectfully disagree with you still. I have known several men who have struggled with infections and had to be circumcised later in life. There many more risks for adult circumcision.

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I am not here to argue, but your statement is completely false. Infant circ, done with minimal (if any) pain medication, when there is no clear differentiation of where the foreskin lies, in an undeveloped/immature penis, without the consent of the person who is being circed... I could go on and on. Point is, it is far riskier to cut off a baby's healthy organ than it is to remove an adult's "infected" one. I have never known of an adult man to die from circumcision. I do personally know 2 baby boys who died from their circumcisions, and statistics say approx 120 die every year from it.

That is all I am going to post here - the facts speak for themself, and you can do your own research. We can agree to disagree, but the bottom line is, the rest of the world laughs as us Americans and our false fears of flawed foreskins. It's a natural thing to have, that's why we (even women) are born with it. Cutting it off is dangerous and unnecessary. I would no sooner circ my dog than my baby. But, maybe that's just me. You can agree to disagree :-)
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