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    I'm with lark, i know we know church and state and aren't truly seperate though they should be.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    State dont need to be meddlin' in religion.
    The aim of my religion is that there be no christian in northern Ireland.

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    I wish I had more experience with uncut penises. I think that's where the whole aesthetic thing comes from because we're conditioned to find appealing what we have the most experience with. But I can just imagine the reverse with more uncut men than cut and people thinking circumcised penises look "mutilated" or whatever. On a personal level, I suppose I find cut more appealing, but I've seen some very attractive uncut penises (in porn). It's just that my own sexual experience with the one guy who was uncut didn't make me a fan. The first couple times we had sex, it was very painful for him and he bled. Plus, it was more difficult with him than others to keep a condom on. I love giving oral, but I didn't with him because of the odor/taste. I know it's just a matter of making hygiene a priority, but I don't think a lot of guys are really known for that. So, sex is less spontaneous because he needs to clean up first and then afterward, too. I've read a lot of stories of men who opted for adult circumcision. I think guys who wish they had a foreskin are far, far less in number. If I had a son, I really don't know what I'd do. Obviously, the appearance of his penis wouldn't matter to me. I'm leaning more towards getting it done since it just seems cleanlier and easier for them to take care of, not just as a child, but throughout their life.
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    We've got a whole bunch of crevices and mysterious folds and stuff. It'd probably be easier for us to keep our undercarriages clean if they just shaved all that off at birth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nolla View Post
    Hmm... toddler with smegma? There is nothing coming out of their hoses except urine, and it is sterile, so there is no need to do cleanup there. And if you did, you'd soon notice that's not something you're meant to do.
    Urine isn't sterile after it comes out.
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    We've got a whole bunch of crevices and mysterious folds and stuff. It'd probably be easier for us to keep our undercarriages clean if they just shaved all that off at birth.
    And I would spend a lot less money on shoes if I had my feet cut off.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    And I would spend a lot less money on shoes if I had my feet cut off.

    My point exactly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    We've got a whole bunch of crevices and mysterious folds and stuff. It'd probably be easier for us to keep our undercarriages clean if they just shaved all that off at birth.
    This is a very good point. Girls have to be taught to clean themselves properly. Why is it so strange that boys should be taught this too.

    Maybe it's some weird social idea that boys are just less likely to keep themselves clean than girls, which isn't true, and when it is it's usually a product of socialization, not inherent male or femaleness.

    I've dated more than one guy who took multiple showers a day and kept his car/house/whatever cleaner than mine, and I'm no slob. So it's not an inherent trait of males to be "dirty" or "messy."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    This is a very good point. Girls have to be taught to clean themselves properly. Why is it so strange that boys should be taught this too.

    Maybe it's some weird social idea that boys are just less likely to keep themselves clean than girls, which isn't true, and when it is it's usually a product of socialization, not inherent male or femaleness.

    I've dated more than one guy who took multiple showers a day and kept his car/house/whatever cleaner than mine, and I'm no slob. So it's not an inherent trait of males to be "dirty" or "messy."
    Exactly! It seriously takes like two seconds for a guy to pull it back and clean underneath it. All this hand-wringing about "oh but it's so hard to cleeeean" is just silly. And if a guy is cleaning himself so superficially that that is an issue, I don't want to get it on whether he's cut or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    This is a very good point. Girls have to be taught to clean themselves properly. Why is it so strange that boys should be taught this too.

    Maybe it's some weird social idea that boys are just less likely to keep themselves clean than girls, which isn't true, and when it is it's usually a product of socialization, not inherent male or femaleness.

    I've dated more than one guy who took multiple showers a day and kept his car/house/whatever cleaner than mine, and I'm no slob. So it's not an inherent trait of males to be "dirty" or "messy."
    Because, traditionally, males aren't supposed to touch themselves there, it could lead to "sinful practices." So if they get circumcised at birth then touching themselves will be much more limited.
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