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By JWags - / Tuesday 4 December 2018 05:00 /
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By  LordMagus  |  8

Living proof that we need better sexual education in this country. The first sex ed class I can remember had pictures of both an uncircumcised, and a circumcised, penis. Not knowing where you are from or your cultural background, it seems more difficult to believe that you didn't know that before now. If you're from the US, most males here are circumcised. The rates are slowly decreasing, but still: "The overall circumcision rate among U.S. males age 14 to 59 is 81 percent." So, I suppose without the religious side explaining what circumcision was, and if you really had that bad of a sex ed teacher, yeah, I guess it's possible.

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By  LordMagus  |  8

Living proof that we need better sexual education in this country. The first sex ed class I can remember had pictures of both an uncircumcised, and a circumcised, penis. Not knowing where you are from or your cultural background, it seems more difficult to believe that you didn't know that before now. If you're from the US, most males here are circumcised. The rates are slowly decreasing, but still: "The overall circumcision rate among U.S. males age 14 to 59 is 81 percent." So, I suppose without the religious side explaining what circumcision was, and if you really had that bad of a sex ed teacher, yeah, I guess it's possible.

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  Nebraskawreck  |  18

my school only did sex ed once a year and only a 30 minute class one day. the only thing I remember is the school nurse killing a gold fish in front of us and saying sex is the equivalent to the gold fish that its kill us for going out of our comfort zone. then showed us a second fish and left that one alone in the tank and said that fish is equivalent to waiting until married... public school...

By  PenguinPal3017  |  15

Then I assume that you don't have a hideous scar. Congratulations!

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Human laziness does not negate millions of years worth of evolution. The foreskin serves a purpose. Cutting it off simply because it is “”too difficult to clean” is not a valid medical reason. Also, that excuse isn’t even remotely true—it is ridiculously easy to pull the foreskin back. Ironically, these worries over cleanliness and possible infections discounts the fact that circumcision can easily result in infection. If an infection does occur, with that being coupled with a circumcision’s severing of nerves, a man may be left with erectile dysfunction and/or high sensitivity (residual pain). So is it worth it? No.

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  whiskey'swino  |  11

I completely agree, the sons I will never have would not be cut. But these are reasons that people chose to do so. What little kid looks at their dad naked and thinks "why is my dick different than his?". Still, those are reasons people use.

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  alycion  |  30

If people didn’t make talking about the body taboo, they wouldn’t care of their kid asked that and would answer it in a way that kids can understand. I wish our culture would lighten up about these things. Then kids with rashes on their genitals wouldn’t have to beg to go to the doctors.

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