They don't use anesthesia on infant during this procedure. It removes 16 functions of the penis, and THOUSANDS of nerve endings. Serious physical trauma causes LASTING and PERMANENT changes to the brain!
I am trying to restore my foreskin to make my penis glans more sensitive, sorry if tmi but thats just the reality. Also having to PLUCK out many hairs growing up my shaft, where they shouldn't be.
DONT circumcise your boys please!!! And tell your friends and family the same thing!
If your husband/so/brother/cousins/friend/whatever is circumcised let him know he is not alone and can restore his foreskin.
EDIT: IN regards to all teh upvotes and commens thank you. If you are a male and want to restore, or just a lady who wants to help. check out http://www.norm.org/ lots of good resources and stuff there. http://www.bloodstainedmen.com/ are some of the intactivists out there.
Circumcision destroys 16 functions of the penis, takes away thousands (10+) of nerve endings, is performed with NO anesthesia. Could pssbly alter the brain, such as most serious physical/emotional trauma at a young age.
Also if you name the Jew and shit and think youre so 14/88, but still want to circumcise you sons you should fucking kys, and fyi you would hang in a white enthostate, Im pretty sure. Can some ebil nazi verify this for me thnx.
Functions of the Foreskin
A list sourced from medical publications
What does the male foreskin do? Foreskin...
Protects the infant from contaminants, infection, and meatal stenosis.
The foreskin is fused to the head of the penis in infancy, providing protection. The preputial sphincter at the tip specifically serves as a simple barrier that keeps out environmental contamination. It is not designed to be pulled back in infancy or childhood. Meatal stenosis (narrowing or closing of the urethral hole) occurs in approximately 10% of circumcised boys and sometimes requires painful corrective surgery.
Protects the adult glans from chafing and loss of feeling.
When the mucosa of the glans are exposed to chafing, the glans protects itself by keratinizing (similar to a callous). Foreskin keeps the glans internal, as it is supposed to be. The more the glans keratinizes, the less it can feel.
Stores and releases natural lubricants.
With natural lubricant, men with foreskin generally do not need lotion or lubricant for sexual activity. Women benefit from the lower risk of friction and dryness that a man's foreskin provides. It also serves to seal in the female sexual partner’s lubrication, preventing it from losing its effectiveness.
Feels good for its owner with specialized pleasure nerves.
The foreskin is densely innervated with multiple types of nerves. These nerves respond to stretch, fine touch detail, temperature, and more. Foreskin feels really good.
Delivers pleasure to the male's partner.
The presence of the male foreskin is inherently pleasurable in intercourse. In particular, it stimulates the female clitoris in certain sexual positions.
Rolls/glides rather than rubs. This helps prevent friction and dryness, eases penetration, and provides pleasure.
The mechanics of sexual activity are changed dramatically with circumcision, from rolling to rubbing. Circumcised males "tend to thrust harder and deeper, using elongated strokes," but intact males tend "to thrust more gently, to have shorter strokes, and tended to be in contact with the mons pubis and clitoris more." Also, the sliding/gliding motion of the foreskin over the glans and corona is deeply pleasurable for the male and makes initial insertion of the penis easier and more comfortable for both partners.
Keeps the head of the penis warm, moist, and comfortable.
Like the eyeball, inside of the cheek, and vagina, the glans is designed to be a protected internal organ.
Provides sensory feedback, giving the man greater control of the sexual experience.
The structures of the foreskin provide full, natural levels of neurological feedback, which allow robust control over erection, arousal, and orgasm.
Facilitates erection and ejaculation when wanted.
The foreskin contains the most pleasurable parts of the penis. This complete sensation, elimination of friction and pain, and other functions reduce the risk of erectile and ejaculatory problems.
Helps prevent erection and ejaculation when unwanted.
The foreskin protects the glans from being aroused at inappropriate times, reducing involuntary erections. Feedback helps prevent premature ejaculation.
Maximizes penile length and thickness.
It's common sense: if you cut part of something off, you make it smaller. This has been observed by professional journals, including one which found that the penises of circumcised males were an average of almost 1 centimeter shorter.
Feels details as well as the fingertips can.
The specialized nerves don't just feel good - they feel well.
Increases sexual arousal.
Apocrine glands in the foreskin may release pheromones, signal chemicals that help encourage sexual arousal in the man's partner. The foreskin also prevents discoloration of the red/purple/pink head of the penis, preserving the sexual signal conveyed by this natural coloration.
Defends against harmful germs.
Specialized cells provide defense against unhealthy microbes. As long as the man washes occasionally with water, not soap, the microbial balance of the area remains healthy and infections are prevented.
Prevents painful erections.
An intact man is safe from "not enough skin" erection problems. The foreskin is a part of a whole penile skin system – it expands and moves along with erection. In addition, the frenar band massages the glans during sliding/gliding, regulating blood flow and preventing the erection from becoming "too hard," which can happen with some men.
Prevents pain after orgasm.
Without correct protection and mechanical function, some men experience a burning or other pain after ejaculation.