When you think of genital mutilation, thoughts of poor African girls forced into sadistic cultural rituals like female circumcision and piercing come to mind. I am willing to bet you don’t consider the penis your boyfriend nestles between your butt-crack every morning to be butchered, however, new study in the British Journal of Urology International has now classified male circumcision as genital mutilation.
The reason for this is simple; males who are uncircumcised have as much as 3 times more sensitivity in their nether regions. The idea behind circumcision is that it is cleaner, healthier, and protects against disease, but the truth is that no matter what state your penis is in, if you stick it in the wrong hole you are going to get a disease.
I know some of you women out there are afraid of it and perhaps the way it smells sometimes, but you should probably ask yourself if you are always April fresh down there, before you judge.
As someone who got circumcised when I was 16, I can tell you straight up that it is MUCH less sensitive than it was before. I had it done because it was so sensitive that I couldn’t enjoy blowjobs from my boyfriend. Now, I realize he was just really bad at giving blowjobs.
The moral of the story is that you should think twice before you circumcise your child. I know it is part of some religions customs, but if you think about it on a biological level, we are born with all the parts we need to survive. Cutting off any part of your baby seems kind of barbaric.
And no, I am not just saying this because there have been more British men inside me than Buckingham fucking Palace.[ via ] [ via ]
You are the coolest blogger ever! You keep it real and that’s the most sexiest thing to me. My soon to be husband isn’t circumcised. We’ve been together for 12 years, and I’ve never once complained about his penis and it’s extra baggage. LOL! He makes sure It’s clean and that’s all I care about. And yes, he fucks the hell out of me, and I love every second of it.
When the men are circumcised, the women they’re partnered with get less infections and more importantly, an outstandingly lower rate of cervical cancer. That’s enough for me to say “snip it” (though do it shortly after birth, not in teenage years).
This article is journalism mutilation.