I am VERY happy that our boys are intact.
Before I gave birth to my first, the midwife asked what we were planning to do about circumcision, and to be honest I hadn't thought about it for one second. Not only that, but I had no opinion about it. Zero. None. She gave us a little pamphlet that I remember as being vaguely anti-circ, but I didn't pay much attention to it. Basically, he wasn't circumcised because I didn't really see the point of going to the trouble to take him to a pediatrician to have a piece of skin lopped off. I wasn't anti
-circ as much as it just seemed sort of a non-issue and pointless inconvenience to me.
My husband, thankfully, was of the same mind-set. If he'd been inclined toward circ, I wonder if I would have gone along with it. I hate to say that I might have.
Now, of course, I know a little more and regard at it as an extremely important issue. I am vehemently anti-circ, partly because it seems clear to me that the risks and loss from infant far circ outweigh any potential benefits, but mainly
because it finally occurred to me that no one has the right to permanently alter or remove a healthy, functioning part of another person's body without that person's desire and consent. (Duh!)