Nauseating quote from that follow-up article:
As an expectant mother of my first son, my husband and I never considered not circumcising our son. It was not a health issue that prompted our decision; it was the issue of imagining our son in the locker room in high school and being the only boy with an “odd-looking” penis. High school is tough enough without the added pressure of having an abnormality on your genitals. Circumcision has been going on for years and all men live through it. To us, there is no decision to be made.
HELLO! An "abnormality on your genitals"???!!! Honey, that's not an abnormality. That's the shape of a boy's body when nobody has taken a knife to it.
I'd like to know where that person is. Is she in the western USA where the circumcision rate is around 30% (or less), or out east, where the percentage is anywhere between 50-60%?
All men live through it? Uhhh... She hasn't heard that people have DIED from this operation? What about people (including teens) who restore?
And where does she live that high schoolers look at (and talk about) other penises in the locker room?