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YEAH!! Ever since getting involved with this forum I have taken circ very serious and am getting very pro-active. My hasband was talking to one of his co-workers the other day about it and it became a big conversation with others getting involved. He works at a car dealership and I usually take my night walk with our son and dog over to see him (he works close). Anyway the conversation was in full swing by the time I got there and I was definatly out numbered. There were 2 dads, a mom, and a single young guy and me and my husband. I basically kept stating that there was no medical need. At the end of the conversation one of the guys asked me to e-mail him some info. So I did. Apparently when my husband went to work this morning the guy approached him and the conversation started again.(I see that as a sign that the guy was still thinking about it
). He was still talking very pro-circ when another guy that was not present yesterday stepped in and backed up everything I had said!!! He said he wouldn't do it if he ever has a son
. The other guy just looked at them and said "wow i never knew that"
 

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Thanks for sharing that good news. It's amazing how the conversations make a difference. One time I was at the hairdresser's---she was preg and knew it was a boy. I started enrolling her in the wonders of the male foreskin and she finished my cut and started to blowdry my hair. I didn't realize that I was talking VERY loudly about the joys of intactness for men until she turned the blower off and the whole place was as quiet as a tomb. I almost died. . . everyone had stopped their conversations and were listening to "Intact Penis 101". When I apologized for being so loud they all said "No, that was so interesting, thank you very much." I left a big tip.

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