Infant circumcision is, in other words, human vivisection — legalized, institutionalized, sanctified human vivisection. Reason and attempts at persuasion will not deter those who, driven by the compulsion to destroy what they secretly envy but can never have, and desperate to make their own tortured partial penises seem normal — and for who knows what other god-awful reasons — persist so relentlessly in defending, promoting, misrepresenting and performing this crippling, disfiguring mutilation. The birthright of males — all males — to keep all of the penis they are born with must therefore be secured by law. John A. Routine infant male circumcision is an unnecessary and irreversible procedure. What is the difference between midnight and noon? And therein lies the great lie, mon cher. The great lie is that neither you nor your partner has ever been truly sexually satisfied with your performance, heroic as it may have been. To start with, thanks to your sexual mutilation, your penis has been stripped of its most erogenous and sensitive bits and pieces.
“All dicks are weird.” -Diana, 27
“No preference. To quote Gertrude Stein, ‘A dick is a dick is a dick.’” -Simone, 29
To cut, or not to cut? That is the perennial, penial question. Drum roll, please…. And as in most elections, the more moderate perspective always seems to win.
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The main difference between a circumcised cut and uncircumcised uncut penis is the presence of foreskin around the head of the penis. Although it really comes down to personal preference, the presence — or lack thereof — of foreskin does have some effect on your hygiene and overall health. Read on to learn more about how circumcision can affect the appearance of your penis, sexual function, and more. Circumcised Cut : Your penis size is based mainly on your genes. These determine the phenotype, or physical expression, of your penis. Penis size is also based on blood flow to the penile tissues. The foreskin usually looks bunched up. Cut: In a cut penis, the foreskin is absent. You may notice a slight difference in skin texture where the foreskin was removed. The skin closer to your body may feel tougher and thicker.