I hope you're OK.
I'm 'cut' and that really upsets me. Yes - I know - I can't exactly do anything about it - so why even think about it. Well... it's not so much the fact that my foreskin was removed that bothers me. It's WHY it was removed. And what bothers me even more is the fact that I KNOW in my heart that IF I wasn't 'cut' as a baby - I would have insisted on being 'cut' as a young boy JUST so I could 'LOOK' like the other guys and be accepted by 'them'. But why was it removed in the first place? Because of conformity. Conformists believe in that asinine idea that there is nothing more important than doing everything you can do to 'fit in' - and to BE LIKE other people. God forbid we teach our kids the importance of being unique. Oh no - we can't have that. To be loved and accepted for who you ARE - you must first become what others want you to BE. [And that includes - for most North Americans - having your foreskin removed] This is why on my homepage I have a 'Be A Freak' page. It encourages guys to be true to themselves and NOT succumb to the often overwhelming pressure to be what society WANTS them to be. It is my hope that if and when these same men have sons - they will honour their sons [As they are honouring themselves] as separate human beings and encourage them to be comfortable with who they are regardless of how unique they might be.
End of rant.
GREAT BIG HUG
Conformity - A four letter word
<span style="color: red">"It takes FAR MORE COURAGE to be KIND than it does to be CRUEL"</span> - CanadaCraig
Good for you, Craig. How boring the world would be if everyone was the same.
I agree with you, but I think you are being way to over analytical, I doubt whether a guy has foreskin or not is going to change who we are or who we will be.
there is a growing culture of men who lament the descision to circumsize being made for them.
there are techniques to stretch the shaft skin back into a quazy foreskin.
<b>and there was light</b>
Could it have maby been part of your religion?
I know it is part of the Jewish religion to get "cut"
"Brit milah - Welcoming male babies into the covenant through the rite of circumcision on their eighth day of life. The baby boy is also given his Hebrew name in the ceremony. A naming ceremony intended as a parallel ritual for girls, named zeved habat, enjoys limited popularity." ~Wikipedia
Religions circumcise their self to show that they are ready to sacrafice their self for their religion's lord.
<span style="color: #00c0ff">How would you like it if...</span><br /><span style="color: #00c0ff">I ate you alive.</span>