Well, my bro and SIL just had a baby boy last week (the first in the family). I got to hold him when he was an hour old, he was absolutely gorgeous and perfect. Then they got him circumcised, and it was really hard emotionally to deal with (the few friends I have who've had kids are either non-circ or had girls).
Well, I'm now on vacation with my parents and 18 year old sister, and it launched an excellent conversation. Both of my parents (mom isn't my brother's mom, dad was working out-of-state when brother was born so was never involved in his circ) said that they would never circumcise given what they know, my sister went from being relatively ignorant on the subject to vocally opposed and my parents said they're really happy that the rest of their grandsons (bro and SIL are most likely done) will be intact.
It just sucks that it took such a sad thing to change hearts. I can't imagine looking at a perfect baby and doing that to him. I know it's currently their legal choice, society views it as "no big deal", blah blah blah. I've been opposed to the practice since I found out what it was, but this was my first time ever being around it and it was just...really, really hard. Way more emotionally draining than I ever imagined. I knew you lovely ladies (and gents) would understand