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As many of you know, my main board that I go to is a teen advice/puberty board. In the boys section, they have a "foreskin" sticky for guys to ask other uncut guys questions, and address problems they might have (because obviously american society does little to address or properly medically care for foreskins)<br><br>
Anyway, my point is they just added (a little over a month ago) a "foreskin restoration" sticky to the boys section, and its already 7 pages long!!! Lots of guys are sharing advice and tips, what foods to eat, warnings on taking care of skin in that area, and all kinds of stuff related to foreskin restoration. They even have a step by step guide on getting started. Any parent who thinks "boys dont care if they get circumcised" should see that sticky, and realize how incorrect they are.<br><br>
(I would love to share the site, so you could get how awesome this is, but sadly the board is for guys and girls between 13-22(ish) )
 

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That's neat, Perspective! <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/thumb.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="thumbs up"><br>
Bumping this up so others can see it. There might be some on here that are young enough for this board.
 

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I'm 23! Could you PM me with the link? <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile">
 

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That is great.<br><br>
There is a lot of information and other support sites that I hope they also take advantage of. Knowledge about how to practically restore has really improved over the last 7 yrs.<br><br>
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I'm in that age bracket can you PM me the link?
 

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I think I know the one you mean because I have seen something identical (I'm 19). I really wanted to take the link to post it in places where I do online intactivism, because I think the circumcised teens discussing this would really be a wake-up call for some parents, but I haven't done so yet because I felt it might be invading the privacy of those posters.<br><br>
I have also seen a couple of blogs by teenagers with their restoration journey. One of them broke my heart because it had tips on subtle ways to restore "so your parents don't notice"...I hope they get the courage to tell their parents some day so the parents will know how unhappy they are! who knows their parents are probably pro-circers posting online that "my teen has never complained"...
 
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