Zipworth, you're lucky.
My best friend has 3 circ'ed sons, though her oldest is 22 and her youngest is 13. She just plain didn't know any better. But she did joke about how, with the first one, she cried when they took him away to be circ'ed; by the third one she cheerfully ate breakfast while he was gone.
DH and I were visiting my boss and his new baby in the hospital when the doctor came to take the baby away for his circ.
My little brother has a circ'ed son (age 13); if his new baby had been a boy, I'm pretty sure they would have circ'ed him as well - in spite of the information I gave his wife.
My neighbor raised a litter of Miniature Pinscher pups, and docked their tails. When she brought the puppies outside, I commented on their poor little tails, and she said (with a SMILE) "It's no worse than circumcision!" I told her I couldn't agree to that either (I'm sure she was shocked at the thought).
My other neighbor has circ'ed son - I've seen him naked in the pool.
Yet another neighbor has three sons. The two olderst were born in the Czech Republic, and naturally left intact. But one "had" to be circ'ed when he was a preschooler, after they moved to the US. Then their youngest, born in the US but left intact, also "had" to be circ'ed as a preschooler.
When our summer nanny was pregnant, I talked to her about circ. She was shocked to hear about the pain, the risks, that babies actually DIE from circ complications. I sent her some links. But I'm pretty sure she left the decision up to her DH (who no doubt wanted his son to "match" him), and they circ'ed him.
If I had to guess, I would say that the circ rate in my area is 90%. But surprisingly, no one pressured me in the hospital about it. The tide is turning VERY slowly around here.
If the chips are down, the buffalo is empty.