...male circumcisions...of course...
It certainly does matter, especially when a mother has given birth to a baby boy.
maybe it's not a birth issue
They most certainly do apply, in the case of female circumcisions.
It's just not politically correct to mention where these are most often practiced.
Yes laws protecting babies from permanent damage from their parents and the children themselves seems reasonable
on the female side ..I have no understanding of, but talking about it is the right direction
Suffice it to say, it is horrible, barbaric, compared to what is usually done in male circumcisions, which themselves are bad enough.
the way it's done is the barbaric part, rusty blades in a street ally sometimes … many people are embarrassed with their genitals and should surely fix it how they see fit .. but to force it on a baby lacks a little compassion...babies can never truly consent
These female circumcisions are assuredly not for cosmetic purposes, except possibly for disfigurement.
And I doubt that many grown women would voluntarily opt for a clitoridectomy.
If the woman/women in question support abolishment of male circumcision, you might not want to count their opinions out.
no.. I still think they don't matter … but at least you tried. the other replies are very selfish
The only thing I have an opinion about is. I like a clean one, the foreskin always seems nasty, like the skin on a clam neck. In usa most men and all jewish men have a good clean shaft.
I love hearing your opinion … but I hope it's done for the mans comfort
When my man is clean, I make sure he is very comfortable