By Odongo Maxwell via FB
Male victims of the CIRCUMCISION MYTH in the African Continent are adults who volunteered to take the KNIFE! Babies undergoing circumcision are not given the choice to decide for themselves! The cut is not an emergency, let the boys reach decision making age and decide for themselves…
Breast cancer for example: There is about 12% chance that a woman will get breast cancer in her lifetime and removal of the BREAST BUDS at birth would be key in cancer risk reduction, and yet no one is advocating for doing this to baby girls.
It’d be even more shocking when an adult woman chooses to have a PROPHYLACTIC MASTECTOMY because she has the breast cancer gene, yet this would reduce her chances to near ZERO of getting breast cancer…
Why the double standards? Why are modern day parents advocating for PROPHYLACTIC CIRCUMCISION for baby boys?
There is some evidence from poorly executed studies that circumcision in men leads to less STIs and HIV (BULSHIT). If your husband foolishly made the decision, let him spare the boy, otherwise since when does parent/child bonding require a matching set of GENITALS?
Facts: CIRCUMCISION DECREASES FEMALE SATISFACTION:
The function of the foreskin for women in intercourse is to seal the natural lubrication inside the vagina and provide a gentle internal massaging action. The intact penis moves in and out of its foreskin providing a frictionless, rolling sensation. Intact men tend to make shorter strokes that keep their bodies in contact with the clitoris more, thus aiding female orgasm (O’Hara 1999).
On the other hand, the CIRCUMCISED penis functions like a piston during intercourse – the head of the penis actually scrapes the lubrication out of the vagina with each stroke. As the man thrusts, his skin rubs against the vaginal entrance, causing discomfort, and sometimes pain (O’Hara 1999, Bensley 2001). Far from making sex better for women.
In a study of US women, 85% who had experienced both circumcised and intact men preferred sex with intact men. Sex with a circumcised man was associated with pain, dryness and difficulty reaching orgasm (O’Hara 1999). women were twice as likely to reach orgasm with an intact man (Bensley 2003).