I think what you are really saying is that you have heard all of the reasons why you should and you want to know why you shouldn't. Let's look at it that way. that is by addressing all of the reasons you think you should.Everybody does it.
Well, not any more. There will be more intact boys in the US this year and many more in Canada. Only about 15% in Canada will be circumcised in 2004.Look like Daddy.
Exactly who benefits from that? It's the father so he won't have to confront himself about why he was violated.Easier to care for
Definitely not for babies and Children. There is far less care for an intact child than a circumcised child. There is basically no difference for an adult.Circumcised is more hygenic.
Definitely not. The circumcised penis is far more prone to infection as an infant and equal as a child. An intact penis is no less hygenic than a females vulva.He will be teased.
Definitely not when he is in the vast majority.More painful as an adult.
That assumes that he will want to be circumcised as an adult. Less than 1% of intact men take this option, thus more than 100 babies endure unspeakable pain to save one adult minimal pain.Mother prefers a circumcised penis.
This is not about the mother's preferences. This is about the integrity of a man's genitals. If you choose to circumcise, it's only fair that your son have free reign in about 20 years to surgically modify your genitals as he sees fit.Parents have to make a decision.
Yes and parents have a moral obligation to make decisions that are in the best interest of the child. Making a medical decision that directly contradicts every medical association in the world is irresponsible.
Every argument for circumcision fails. Period! There is not a single one that can be raised that will stand up.
Here are some links to what doctors have to say:http://faculty.washington.edu/gcd/DO...r10-15-02.htmlhttp://www.cirp.org/library/statements/sask2002/
I know you are just about overwhelmed with links and information. If you have specific questions, please ask.