In 2009, 67.5% of American parents chose not to circumcise. Find out why.
“NO MEDICAL EXCUSE FOR GENITAL ABUSE”
Circumcision protest, 1994.
A book about foreskin restoration, about reclaiming some of what was lost by circumcision.
Many parents still opt to circumcise their baby boys. Circumcision is removal of the foreskin, the most erogenous part of the male sex organ.
The foreskin is separated from the glans. To do this, a dorsal slit in the foreskin is frequently employed. The bell of the Gomco clamp is placed over the glans, and the foreskin is pulled over the bell. The base of the Gomco clamp is placed over the bell, and the Gomco clamp’s arm is fitted. The nut on the Gomco clamp is tightened, causing the clamping of nerves and blood flow to the foreskin. The Gomco clamp is left in place for about five minutes to allow clotting to occur, then the foreskin is severed using a scalpel. The Gomco’s base and bell are then removed, allowing for bandaging of the penis. The wound heals in 1 to 2 weeks. The boy’s diaper often irritates the wound.
A bill banning infant circumcision is working its way through San Francisco. Female genital cutting is illegal in the US. It is about time male genital cutting was outlawed, giving equality to all for genital integrity.
This relatively long video is quite technical but for anyone interested in a medical view about the function of the foreskin (prepuce) and its erotic role in sex, it is worth watching.
This is a great educational video.