<blockquote><b>Quoting LittleBear's mama:</b>" Why? Because I speak my mind? Well pardon me. "</blockquote>
You speak your mind with no facts
I don't even care either way about circumcision. I'm just horribly f**king annoyed that you can say whatever you want about circumcising but these women, because they've voiced a different opinion, are considered close minded.
Do you not see how ridiculous you're looking by fighting this?
Quoting Bob Wehadababyitsaboy:" the problem is she chose to circumcise her son for a reason it may not be a good enough reason to you ... [snip!] ... little boy is different, she did her research and still chose to circumcise her kid she should not be criticized for that."
So these women who chose not to circumcise should have to deal with others saying that their sons' penises are gross and disgusting because they're intact? They can't criticize but it's okay for others?
Gotcha. I'm out. This is stupid. I'll pass on the stick for the dead horse. Have fun.
Quoting LittleBear's mama:" Question: If your child was born with an extra finger or webbed toes, or even with a third n****e, would you have it altered?"
1. No, I would not.
and 2. that isn't even relative to this debate.. foreskin isn't an extra. It's there for a reason.
keep digging lol
<blockquote><b>Quoting LittleBear's mama:</b>" Question: If your child was born with an extra finger or webbed toes, or even with a third n****e, would you have it altered?"</blockquote>
Yes because it's not in it's normal state. A n****e? I'm not sure.
<blockquote><b>Quoting Piecey.:</b>" An extra finger? Yeah most likely. That's something kids would see all day, every day...and we all know what cruel little brats children can be. They don't see penises or nipples."</blockquote>
Yep. And I wouldn't do it right away either.
Perhaps if I lived as a Masai woman then probably...it's part of their culture and girls look forward to being circumized such as boys look forward to having their circumcisions at 16 years. Circumcision is a part of an individual's culture. For both of my sons, they were circumcised. It is a part of our culture being Jewish. Female circumcision is not part of our culture as male circumcision is, so the whole argument is based in ethnocentrism.