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Circumcision pre-dates recorded history, and is entirely a cultural practice, although the modern resurgence which started in the late 19th and early 20th century in the west was entirely due to squeamishness about masturbation. The procedure is literally designed to reduce the incentive to masturbate by reducing sensation during masturbation and sex. Around this time it was thought that epilepsy, impotence, gonorrhea, tuberculosis and most mental illness were all caused by masturbation. Despite this many medical professionals (particularly in the USA) who should know better still continue to support it.

They cite alleged benefits including slightly reduced chance of transfer of STDs and improved hygiene. (Both of which are extremely suspect.) This doesn't change the fact that you're carrying out an unnecessary surgical procedure on a new born.
Oh 💭; thanks for replying again ; does it actually make masturbating and srx worse? I didn't expect that



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Oh 💭; thanks for replying again ; does it actually make masturbating and srx worse? I didn't expect that



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There isn't good evidence either way concerning the reduction in sensation, the general consensus is that it's not actually that significant a difference, nevertheless that's what the procedure was designed to do.
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There isn't good evidence either way concerning the reduction in sensation, the general consensus is that it's not actually that significant a difference, nevertheless that's what the procedure was designed to do.
Ohhh cool, so there's no point of circumcision basically, except better hygiene? I've heard of that


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I know many men who were circumcised due to medical reasons as a child. I guess it really is your personal preference, but coming from a woman - I actually think it looks better (some will obviously disagree).

You'll need to weigh up the pro's and con's to having such an operation. It's really down to what you think would make you feel better.

So that you can see how common it is:

My son is going in for an operation soon to have his foreskin stretched, otherwise he'll face circumcision. But! Since my husband is circumcised and didn't have any issues I'll do whatever is best for my son medically at this time.
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(Original post by Emizi)
I know many men who were circumcised due to medical reasons as a child. I guess it really is your personal preference, but coming from a woman - I actually think it looks better (some will obviously disagree).

You'll need to weigh up the pro's and con's to having such an operation. It's really down to what you think would make you feel better.

So that you can see how common it is:

My son is going in for an operation soon to have his foreskin stretched, otherwise he'll face circumcision. But! Since my husband is circumcised and didn't have any issues I'll do whatever is best for my son medically at this time.
I think it does look better
(I was curious)


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Ohhh cool, so there's no point of circumcision basically, except better hygiene? I've heard of that


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Well you could just wash properly and ignore the risky surgery.
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Is there point? Being circumcised is better ain't it? I don't know but there's nothing wrong with it


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it s very wrong. The circumcision it s total medical aberation.
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Unless you’re wolverine I’ve never heard of this procedure. How are you going to grow so much skin back?
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Unless you’re wolverine I’ve never heard of this procedure. How are you going to grow so much skin back?
Theres like an entire wikipedia page on it bro.Read up
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foreskin_restoration
Its quite interesting .
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Hi I have been doing it for a year now, the feeling with the skin over the head is great, if I was you I would go for it, if you need any help feel free to ask
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which device you use?
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which device you use?
Hi have been using the canister and tape method. are you using and devices?
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Better to be cut and have no artificial stuff on your body with surgery.
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Better to be cut and have no artificial stuff on your body with surgery.
If you prefer to be cut no problem, I wanted mine back and slowly getting it back. does not involve surgery.
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