FORESKIN FUNCTION FRIDAY: FUNCTION #16 - MAKES THE GLANS A VISUAL SIGNAL OF SEXUAL AROUSAL

-Our weekly Friday fun reprinted from our Facebook page- This function requires a bit of explanation. The glans (head) of a circumcised penis is always uncovered. By contrast the foreskin covers the glans of an uncircumcised penis in its flaccid state. When an uncircumcised man starts to get sexually aroused, the foreskin usually retracts to expose his glans. Apparently the argument is that since the glans on a circumcised man isn't covered by foreskin, a partner can't determine whether he's sexually aroused just by seeing his glans. Whereas the partner of an uncircumcised man can tell. If the she can see the head of her partner's penis, then she knows that he's getting aroused. This "functi

IS CIRCUMCISION WORTHLESS FOR 99.6% OF BOYS?

Intact America cherry-picked the results of a study published earlier this year by Danish researchers. The researchers studied medical records from the year 2014 for boys under 18 in the capital region of Denmark with respect to foreskin complications. They reported that about 5.4% of boys suffered a foreskin complication severe enough to require treatment at a medical facility. Of these boys, 31% (1.7% of all boys) required surgery. For 24% of the boys with complications (0.04% of all boys.) the surgery included circumcision. The median age at the time of surgery was 11 years. Intact America claims that because therapeutic circumcision was performed on just 0.4% of the boys in the region, t

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