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[Serious] Men of reddit who have been circumcised as adults, do you regret it? Why or why not?

comment by sabertoothplatypus in AskReddit

1 year ago

Well I saw a post about people protesting circumcision, and reading the comments a lot of the posters were saying how barbaric it is and how they can't believe its still the norm in America. Being circumcised and having no problem with it I wanted some testimonial from people who might remember both sides so they would have a valid opinion on it. Because someone like me doesn't really know what its like to be uncircumcised just like someone who isn't doesn't know what its like to be circumcised.

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comment by SirGanjaSpliffington in AskReddit

1 year ago

What do you call a cheap circumcision?

A rip off!

What was that juicy hometown/high school rumor that turned out to be true? [Nsfw]

comment by adrianmakedonski in AskReddit

1 year ago

Are you really comparing circumcision to female genital mutilation?

What was that juicy hometown/high school rumor that turned out to be true? [Nsfw]

comment by DirtyLukeAndTheBoys in AskReddit

1 year ago

Yeah, it seems that everyone that talks about it on the internet says that circumcision is the norm, but me and everyone I know (Canada) are #TeamTurtleneck

How long have you been on reddit and what have you learned in that time frame?

comment by Psychh in AskReddit

1 year ago

4 years. Contrary to popular belief, politics and religion aren't actually the worst topics for online discussion. A lot of people are capable of having civil discussions about them, or at least tolerating other points of view to an extent. If you really want throat-tearing absolute rage-filled arguments, bring up circumcision or gender equality.

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comment by btmlbk in pics

1 year ago

More and more I'm realizing that the anti-circumcision group is no different than the anti-vaccination group; you can give them all the data and scientific evidence you want, and they'll just call it "bunk science". If you're against circumcision, that's fine, but that doesn't change the fact that the CDC, AMA, and WHO are in agreement about its benefits.

What shouldn't be a thing anymore in this day and age?

comment by YAProtagonist in AskReddit

1 year ago

Before somebody busts in to point out the medical consensus that circumcision has small benefits - we don't care. And I'm sure the screaming baby in excruciating pain doesn't care. It's all about the ethics of such a procedure.

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