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Well for many of these women, its whats normal. They dont like scars on men because they have dated men who have and have not had scars on different parts of their body. But there is a good chance they have never slep with an intact guy, meaning the only penis they are use to "handling" will be one with a scar, i.e. in their minds it becomes normal.
When you have to perform cosmetic surgery on infants to create the "norm" in a society, that is when you know there is a problem in that society.
Kristy, wife to Josh proud mama to Katie: since 3/08 and Emma since 8/12.
I sound like an idiot but, before coming here and learning about circ I was so ignorant/culture blind that I didn't realize it was a scar. I was 28 and had been married to a circed man for 5 years. I just thought the color change/obvious line was how penises (peni?) were. I remember seeing DH's penis after learning about circ and realizing "wow, that's a scar!" and feeling really sad for DH
None of my kids will have scarred genitals, thank God.
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