We live in a country where most adult males are circumcised, so most of us grew up thinking of the cut penis as normal. When I was young, I just assumed boys were born that way. When I learned about it later, I thought it was just something you were supposed to do and didn't give it much thought. The first intact penis I saw was on a baby boy at a day care I worked at when I was 19. When I became curious why his parents didn't do what they were "supposed to" some other employee explained that it was probably part of their religion.
I didn't know much about circumcision and just figured I'd have it done when/if I had a boy. I never did any research on it until I found out I was having a boy in late 2009. I wanted to know why I was doing it before I made a big decision like that. I'm so glad I did! Now I know the truth! I feel guilty about my ignorance before my pregnancy, but at least no harm came from it. My baby boy is intact.
Since it's likely that most of you grew up used to the circumcised penis, what made you question circumcision and when did you decide you were against it?