Hope this topic's okay to post, and I also hope this can be a mature discussion about an increasingly polarizing topic. So like most American men, I was circumcised at birth. Didn't have a choice. I've always known I was circumcised but never really thought about it. Recently though, after doing some research, I'm kind of pissed I'm circumcised. It seems to me that the reasons for being circumcised, outside of religious aspects, aren't at all compelling. Health differences appear to be negligible, and the whole "uncut dicks aren't clean" narrative seems silly since you can just clean it in the shower or something. I guess the main reason I'm happy to be circumcised is that a lot of girls in America are grosses out by uncircumcised dicks-- but that speaks more toward ignorance/immaturity of some women than any actual issue with it in my eyes. They just "look weird", and I agree that they do. But is that really enough to slice off skin off a baby's penis? Like, really? This isn't some huge issue in my life, but it's something I've been thinking about lately. Just kind of bothers me I had a part of me removed without having any say. So what do you all think about this? Interested to hear from anyone on this who has an opinion.