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My cousin's son is 8 years old. He was born years before I knew about circ. I have been afraid to ask if he's intact because I could always tell myself he might be if I didn't know for sure. I also kept remembering that my cousin is a very educated, intelligent woman, which statstically would make him more likely to be intact.<br><br>
I spent the weekend with family over the weekend and my aunt (not the grandma of the boy) related a story about how he would splatter everywhere when he peed. When asked why he did so, he explained that he'd hold his foreskin closed until the pee burst out. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/lol.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="lol"> She asked if that meant he was intact (since she knows DS is intact). I told her yes (it's theoretically possible that he had a VERY loose circ, but not very likely). The boy's older sister (10) helped bathe DS and didn't mention anything about his penis, like it looked different than her brother's or something. I think these two bits of evidence make a pretty strong case for him being intact. Yay!<br><br>
I don't know for sure about my other male cousins (I have five male first cousins), but I assume that they're all circ'd because my mom was really shocked that DS wasn't (though she didn't hassle me about it). At least now I know that DS wasn't the first and isn't the only intact boy in our family.
 
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