I know a few guys (that im told ) are intact and as for my DS (whos only 11 months old) "friends" 2 are circ'ed and he's the only one...but i do know a few people who's kids i normally don't see that are intact.
I talked a friend of mine whos due with a Boy in March out of it, so he will be intact and i also talked to my sister's and they won't circ. either :-) (when they have kids that is)
Actually....i just went to TN with 8 other women and their kids....5 were boys and 3 of them were INTACT and only 2 were circ'ed LOL. they were the minority!! It felt so good.
I've said this before, but at the risk of being repetitive:
I have 7 intact nephews; 2 intact sons; 4 intact brothers; 1 intact BIL; the vast majority of boys 8 and under I know are intact; several friends who if they ever have boys will leave them intact, etc.
One time I was in the Target parking lot and a little boy about 4 dropped his drawers and took a pee on a tiny tree. I happened to look up and he was intact! :
Of the people I am close friends with, my sister's 2 boys are the only one's intact. I know a lot of people casually whose boys are intact. However, of the group of moms I've gotten to know the best, they all circ'd their boys. They are a relatively mainstream group of women I met when DD was born. At the time, this was the only mom's group around. Now there are more "natural" oriented groups around. They all know DS is intact. We just don't discuss it.
most are circed. 2 of my nephews are intact (14 and 17). My ds is intact. My brother was intact, but was circed at 18/19 because of adhesions/pain/phimosis. My BIL was intact but circed at 8 or 10. My younger nephews are circed. My dh is circed. My sFIL and FIL are circed (MIL told me she would never be with an intact man - "ewww!"). My 4 other nephews (12, 9, 4, 2) are circed. I have another 9 yr old nephew who I am not sure of - can't remember! We also have a new baby boy (6mo) in the family - I would bet with 99% certainty that he is circed - I refuse to change his diaper because I don't want to see. Most people in my family and circle of friends would think it's gross to be intact. Georgia, USA. I haven't really had a lot of friends myself, but I would love to have a group of friends who are AP!
Sorry, no time to read all posts so this may have been mentioned already, but you might try sending your sister this link: http://www.stopcirc.com/vincent/vuln...ty_of_men.html
It gives good suggestions on how to talk about the issue with a husband who has a hard time listening to arguments about why to leave a baby intact. GOOD LUCK to your sister! It's worth a fight.