this is kinda a weird question for the ladies

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  1. Do girls care weather or not ur dick had been circumsized?
    my little friend still has his cap on the top and i was just wonderin
  2. as long as it works, it don\'t matter if it\'s naked :D
  3. Hahahaha I guess the rest of us haven\'t thought of this!!!!!!
  4. As long as an uncircumcised guy keeps up with the cleanliness issue then there\'s no problem. In fact, sometimes it can be a very cool thing. ;)
  5. I can\'t say...I\'ve never had it uncircumsized...I can\'t imagine it being a problem, though.
  6. I\'m pissed my foreskin was taken from me. It apparently has a lot of nerve endings that makes sex more enjoyable.

    Did they ask? No. They just stole it.

  7. im snipped an clipped, i can\'t complain..... an so far niether has anyone else.... :D

  8. lol.... i like em UNcircumsized... doesnt matter much either way...but if i had a pick ide say UNcircumsized.

  9. lol, good point
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  11. Well now we know that most women here don\'t care about circumcission just size!!!!!!!! lool
  12. I\'m circumsized but what is the point of it? If I recall correctly its a sanitary issue?
  13. I\'m trimed myself but i guess its like a banana pull back and there it is.

    I\'t looks like the disturbed cd,on the
  14. (if) I recall correctly its a sanitary issue ?

    :)It\'s a jewish issue too ? ? ?:)


    (not for roach......he got \"wacked\" before he was old enough to say \"OUCH MUTHERFUCKER - GET OFF MY WEENIE \")

    Like the American cultural practice of circumcision, Jewish circumcision is dependent on the acceptance of cultural myths. Of all the myths that Jews believe about circumcision, the one that is paramount is the belief that all Jews circumcise. With this belief, we put ourselves under tremendous pressure to conform.

    Bound by this burden to comply with social expectations, most Jews do not recognize that circumcision is a choice. Since open communication about circumcision is discouraged, there is virtually no awareness of others who feel similar conflicts around circumcision. Moreover, if a Jew does decide not to circumcise a male child, it is not generally known to the rest of the community. As a result, many parents submit to the pressure and then discover only too late, perhaps after witnessing the circumcision of their son, that they wish they had chosen differently. Some parents report that if they could take back one decision, it would be their son\'s circumcision.


    Because of this general lack of awareness and communication, Jewish Associates of CRC was founded. One purpose of Jewish Associates of CRC is to make known to the Jewish community that there are a growing number of Jews who either have not circumcised their son or would choose not to circumcise a future son. It is an opportunity for Jews who take this position to declare themselves and to be counted. A confidential list of Jews who contact the Circumcision Resource Center for this purpose is maintained. The response has been substantial. We have hundreds of names on file.

    It is also important to inform the general public and media sources of the existence of Jews who do not circumcise. Dispelling the myth outside of the Jewish community that all Jews circumcise will help to support and expand the American circumcision debate.

    Another purpose of Jewish Associates of CRC is to gather and disseminate information to interested Jews about the experiences of those who choose to keep their children intact and whole. This information will add to the growing understanding and acceptance of alternatives to circumcision in the Jewish community.

    Our caring for the Jewish community and Jewish male infants compels us to break the silence that supports circumcision. We trust that the enduring Jewish values of ethics and education will lead more Jews to the realization that circumcision does not serve the best interests of the child or the community of Jews.


    Circumcision of male infants is not universal among American Jews. Some Jews in South America, Europe, and Israel also do not circumcise.

    Jewish circumcision is a topic of debate in the Jewish community and has been questioned in articles and letters appearing in such publications as Moment, Tikkun, Jewish News, The Jewish Advocate, The Jewish Monthly, and The Jewish Times.

    Jewish circumcision has been challenged in earlier times. In the Hellenistic period (300 B.C.–100 A.D.) some Jews chose not to circumcise their sons. In the 1840s during the Reform movement in Germany, circumcision was opposed by Jewish parents, physicians, and leaders.

    Originally only the tip of the foreskin was cut, called milah. This practice lasted about 2000 years. During the Hellenistic period, many young Jews concealed their circumcision by drawing their foreskins forward. The rabbis of the time decided to change the requirements of the procedure so that a circumcised male could not possibly be altered to appear uncircumcised. This was the start of periah, removing the entire foreskin. (more information on changing procedure)

    According to the Encyclopedia Judaica, \"any child born of a Jewish mother is a Jew, whether circumcised or not.\"

    The biggest threat to Jewish survival is assimilation. There is no evidence that circumcision prevents or slows it.

    The religious origin of Jewish circumcision is in the Torah. It says that God told Abraham \"every male among you shall be circumcised\" (Gen. 17) as part of a covenant between God and the Jewish people. However, most Jews are unaware of this origin, and in a survey of American Jews, the large majority (87%) do not believe that the Torah is the actual word of God.

    Jewish circumcision has never had anything to do with health concerns.

    Based on the national survey of American Jews, \"90 percent define being Jewish as being a member of a cultural or ethnic group\". Less than half associated their Jewish identity with religion.

    In actual practice, many Jews circumcise because of cultural conformity, not religious reasons. Most circumcisions of male infants of American Jewish parents are done in hospitals without any religious ritual.

    For those who want a ritual, a growing number are turning to alternative equivalent rituals for male and female infants. This is consistent with reforming Judaism to be more egalitarian.

    Jewish boys who are not circumcised have been accepted by others and have had bar mitzvahs.

    Ritual circumcisers (mohelim) usually use the same clamp devices as doctors. In fact, training programs for Reform and Conservative mohelim require a valid medical license for certification. Consequently, there is no reason to believe that circumcisions performed by mohelim are less painful for the infant.

    Some Jewish parents who have observed their son\'s circumcision have described it as extremely distressing for them and have regretted their decision for years.

    Jewish law acknowledges the remote possibility of death resulting from the surgery and allows for exemptions when other children in the family have died from the effects of circumcision.

    Maimonides, the renowned physician, philosopher, and rabbi, wrote, \"Circumcision weakens the power of sexual excitement, and sometimes lessens the natural enjoyment.\" Contemporary research, and reports from men circumcised as adults, confirm this.

    Circumcision is inconsistent with significant Jewish laws and values. For example, the human body must not be altered or marked. The Torah also prohibits the causing of pain to any living creature. Since circumcision causes extreme pain, some Jews believe that circumcision is not ethical. Jewish values place ethical behavior above doctrine.

    And girls ....don\'t feel left out.

    Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is an invasive and painful surgical procedure that is usually performed without anesthetic on girls before puberty. Their clitoris is partially or completely removed. This inhibits or terminates sexual feelings. It has been a custom in Northern Africa for many centuries.

    Many people link FGM with the religion of Islam. Actually, it is a social custom that is practiced by Animists, Christians, and Muslims in those countries where FGM is common. There are many Muslim countries in which the mutilation is unknown.

    FGM is occasionally performed in North America on girls of families have immigrated from countries where FGM is common. An analogous practice, Intersexual Genital Mutilation, (IGM) is sometimes performed on intersexual infants born with ambiguous genitalia.

    Read more about Female Circumcision a.k.a. Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

  15. ^^^^ Uhhhh, you got a lil too much time on your hands there buddy
  16. I hear that in America, nearly every male is circumcised, whereas it\'s relatively uncommon where I come from. (As far as I know). I\'m still fully equipped as are all of my friends (I think, they\'ve never said otherwise anyway).
  17. I thought all dudes were circumsized in this day and age for sanitary purposes. Well I found out yesterday that this is not the case. These 2 chicks told me and my roommate that we were weird for being circumsized and that they have only seen uncircumsized cocks. Well I now know that you can go either way, usually depending on things like religion and location. Who knew the bronx had so many uncircumsized penis\'s running around. Maybe this topic needs a pole for us men.
  18. thccrystals your avatar looks like some weird sort of circumcision tool.

  19. LoL. it is...
  20. schmitar.....choppin an weavin...?

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