Four Reasons Why Baby Boys Should Keep Their Foreskin.

1. Circumcision is unnecessary surgery.

No medical association in the world believes routine infant circumcision is medically justified. Today, most Canadian doctors do not circumcise infants—even if parents request it—because they recognize it is unethical to force a child to undergo unnecessary amputation. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!

2. Circumcision diminishes sexual enjoyment for life.

A 2007 British Journal of Urology study found that the five most sensitive parts of the penis are removed by circumcision. Foreskin is not “extra skin”—it is functional erogenous tissue containing almost half the skin and well over half the nerves of the penis. Cut it off and those nerves are gone forever, taking with them any chance of enjoying foreskin-based orgasms. Plus, the now-unprotected penis head loses sensitivity from exposure. A circumcised infant will never know the full, natural sexual experience his whole penis would have given him—and that’s a tragedy.

3. Circumcision violates children’s human rights.

All children (male, female and intersex) have a human right to a whole and intact body—so no child’s sex organs should be amputated without an urgent medical reason. A boy’s foreskin doesn’t belong to God, the government, or his parents—it belongs to him. His body, his choice!

4. Circumcision denies children’s religious freedom.

Some faith groups argue that ritual child circumcision must be permitted on the grounds of religious freedom. However, this ignores the fact that forcing a child to endure ritual circumcision—the permanent modification of the genitals to signify religious affiliation—denies the child’s religious freedom. In Canada, we have the right to follow the religion of our choice, and to decide which religious traditions we wish to observe. As such, ritual circumcision should be delayed until adulthood, when the owner of the penis can freely ask to be circumcised as an expression of his chosen faith. Circumcision is for consenting adults only!

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16 thoughts on “Four Reasons Why Baby Boys Should Keep Their Foreskin.

  1. The choice should be left to the man when he reaches maturity; if a boy is taught proper hygiene, there is no reason for circumcision unless STDs or phimosis occur. I was clipped as an infant–I’m not Jewish or Muslim–the OBGYN was, and my dad had been clipped during WW2. I’ve resented it since I learned the difference in my high school gym class!

  2. Young boys should keep their foreskin because that their glands I mean the head of the cocks are tenderness. This is for the protection until they are growing older.

    • The pictures above show the beauty of the natural penis. To me, a circumcised penis looks naked and incomplete. Fortunately, foreskin restoration has helped convert my circumcised penis into something better resembling the pics above. Too bad my parents had me cut as a baby.

    • I agree. i wouldn’t go near any of those. My man is cut and we are both glad. And he still enjoys sex a whole lot. Foreskin just makes a penis look diseased.

    • I can not see how a man being the way God designed him to be would be considered gross. I think it just shows a lack of understanding and ignorance based on a lack of experience. All my sexual experiences were with circumcised men until I met the man who eventually became my husband. It changed my viewpoint and I’m so glad for it.

      As an American woman, sadly the majority of male infants in our country are regularly altered and until I met and married my husband I wouldn’t have given it a second thought. But now I know better.

      I have found that sex with an uncircumcised man is so much better. The head of the fully engorged penis is allowed to expand to its natural size and not be restricted to enlarge to whatever skin remains after a doctor has decided what he thinks should be enough. The head of an uncircumcised penis is hard from being engorged with blood but it remains somewhat spongy and feels smooth like velvet. When having sex with my husband, I have never experienced the sometime painful occurace of having my cervix poked too hard because the head of a circumcised penis did not have ample skin to expand and therefore became so firm as though it were a broomstick. It was a very unpleasant feeling and was sore for quite some time later, something I have never had to deal with with my husband. Now someone may say well maybe he’s not as well endowed as the person who caused me the discomfort. Not so because he happens to be very well gifted in that area.

      Also I have found the difference in his pleasure and ability to feel so much more to be a real benefit for us both. Knowing he can realize the full extent of the sexual experience somehow makes it more exciting for me. It makes me want to give him the most pleasure I can whether it be oral or vaginal. To see the man I love totally enjoying himself, well it doesn’t get any better than that.

      American women are just not accustomed to the look of an uncircumcised penis, but like they say… don’t judge a book by its cover. It’s time to find out what European women have known all along, things in their natural state are so much better.

      • I disagree. I’m glad Martin doesn’t moderate. I may agree or disagree but, I respect your right to say what you want as long as you don’t use profanity.

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