Thank god we didn't have a boy
When I was growing up my mom and I talked about circumcision as part of the whole sex discussion. Her pronouncement about intact males: "Yuck - stinky"
So when I was pregnant with DD (before we knew she was a DD) had anyone asked me if we would have circumcised, my answer would have been "of course" It's what you do right? No one ever described it as anything but a minor procedure which helps to keep the penis clean and free of disease.
I lurked on this board for 5-6 months before I joined, and mainly hung out in the breastfeeding area. I think it was Loving My Babies that had an anti-circ in her signature and I clicked on one of her links.
Understand that I've never been with an intact guy, so I have no personal experience. I went into this with one perspective. But boy did those sites change my mind.
Then I came to this forum and started reading. I read and read and read. Frankly Speaking is a font of information and I can't thank him enough on the behalf of any boys I might have in the future (as well as everyone else who posts here). No son of mine will ever be circumcised. I have since been able to convince DH. He doesn't do half the reading I do but I showed him a video and we went through his argument step by step. He finally realized that "because everyone else does it" is a pretty silly argument, especially when it concerns lopping off part of our son's penis.
But again, I'm grateful I was able to learn so much prior to the birth of any sons. In fact I've learned a tremendous amount from MDC in general, on a variety of topics