Circumcision decreases penile sensitivity
Circumcision associated with sexual difficulties
Circumcision linked to alexithymia
The exaggeration of the benefits of circumcision in regards to HIV/AIDS transmission
Circumcision/HIV claims are based on insufficient evidence
There is no case for the widespread implementation of circumcision as a preventative measure to stop transmission of AIDS/HIV
Circumcision decreases sexual pleasure
Circumcision decreases efficiency of nerve response in the glans of the penis
Circumcision policy is influenced by psychosocial factors rather than alleged health benefits
Circumcision linked to pain, trauma, and psychosexual sequelae
Circumcision results in significant loss of erogenous tissue
Circumcision has negligible benefit
Neonatal circumcision linked to pain and trauma
Circumcision may lead to need for increased care and medical attention in the first 3 years of life
Circumcision linked to psychological trauma
Circumcision may lead to abnormal brain development and subsequent deviations in behavior
Circumcision reduces marital intimacy and increases risky behavior.
Foreskin is the most sensitive part of the penis.
>The glans of the uncircumcised men had significantly lower mean (sem) pressure thresholds than that of the circumcised men, at 0.161 (0.078) g (P = 0.040) when controlled for age, location of measurement, type of underwear worn, and ethnicity. There were significant differences in pressure thresholds by location on the penis (P < 0.001). The most sensitive location on the circumcised penis was the circumcision scar on the ventral surface. Five locations on the uncircumcised penis that are routinely removed at circumcision had lower pressure thresholds than the ventral scar of the circumcised penis.
Uncircumcised men please wives better, have fewer sexual partners, more frequent sex, the same level of dysfunction,
Criticism of circumcision reporting
Circumcision doesn’t really reduce STD rates. The difference is either insignificant or more so for the circumcised, especially for the very promiscuous. Circumcised men engage in more unusual sexual practices.
Adult circumcision reduces sensitivity twice as much as it improves satisfaction according to self-reporting.
>The exaggeration of the benefits of circumcision in regards to HIV/AIDS transmission
>Circumcision/HIV claims are based on insufficient evidence
There is simply no defense for genital mutilation and it needs to be completely illegal if done for anything other than a legitimate medical reason.
The foreskin has more nerve endings than a clit does and is packed with dendritic cells that absorb particles around them to identify and present any threat to the immune system which lowers your risk of an STD.
Those same cells also absorb them sweet pussy juices full of them sweet pussy hormones that trigger primal urges in your cave man brain that make you think "i need to protect this one" and at the same time your glans are releasing their own hormones that trigger primal urges in her cave woman brain that make her think "i need to be loyal to this one" which probably explains the high rate of divorce, cheating and domestic violence in countries like America which have a high rate of genital mutilation.
You also risk damaging the hymen which no, the hymen breaking during sex IS NOT NORMAL and 60% of women still have an intact hymen, those without have had theirs ripped to shreds by mutilated penises and that is not normal.
Don't know much about the hymen?
Here you go watch a video that is shown in sex ed classes.
Now you are probably angry, Is there good news you are asking?
Yes there is, you can take steps to regain some of if not most of the normal function of your penis.