Tara Porter you can’t be serious?!?!? 😡 You should be ashamed of yourself!! Let’s be real lady you are a hypocrite!! You want to live a natural lifestyle, your trying to be so healthy, because you only want to do what’s best for your child. Now Tara, please tell me why you thought circumcision was the more natural / healthier way for your baby??? Seriously Tara I’m confused, does anything about circumcision sound natural or healthy?? Oh wait let me guess you didn’t do your research, am I right Tara? Yes I’m just taking a good old guess here that you didn’t do your research!!! Tara you look stupid when you say you did all this research on cloth diapers but you didn’t do the same amount of research on circumcision! Now yes, I’m just guessing really but I got a strong feeling that I’m right. The reason why I think I’m right is because most mothers who do the tiniest bit of web searching, or just watch 30 seconds of a video, change their mind on this subject! So sorry if I’m making assumptions Tara but I tend to think my guess is right! Oh and Tara your asking people to not pass judgments on mothers who are pro circumcision, but you are passing judgments on people who don’t use cloth diapers?!?!? That’s like saying I didn’t have my son vacationed, but I got him circumcised! You and people like that make me crazy!! You all are nothing but a bunch of hypocrites, period the end! It made me sick when you were so concerned with the vaseline ruining your precious cloth diapers, but you were fine with having your sons penis hacked??? Stop trying to make this seem like a nice thing, you aren’t providing a good service here. You are just making yourself look really stupid! You make me sick!! 😡😡😡😡
🙌🏼 Just let the boy decide for himself later on in life. Surgery is never, ever necessary on a perfectly healthy penis. Even if there are infections (which usually only appear later in life when the foreskin is retractable), circumcision is usually always NOT the “solution”. Because proper treatment and care is. In some cases, someone may resort to circumcision, but not because they’d rather be circ’ed but for the fact they are one of the rare cases of people who have recurring issues that would be eased by circumcision. Even after, they must adjust to the very decreased pleasure and rhythm of sex and/or masturbation. Most intact boys and men do not care to get circumcised. They will probably see it as pointless. There most likely really wouldn’t be a reason that they’d want it unless they thought it was “normal” or “looked better”, which is flawed thinking imposed by society (and most boys probably don’t/wouldn’t even feel that way) But you don’t need to go out and get a breast augmentation because you don’t think others will like them. Same with many other things. Educate your child when the time comes (if it even does come up) about how absolutely normal foreskin is and the benefits of it. Also explain the risks and inconveniences of circumcision. He most likely won’t even want or care to get part of his normal penis cut. •
I didn't know what circumcision was until 19. Till then, I thought all penises looked like the one I had and I thought circumcision had something to do with the inguinal hernia repair scar that I had on my pubic area. It was a surgery I had done as an infant and I thought that's what circumcision was.
It was hard accepting the truth. I still haven't accepted it honestly. To cope, I began speaking out on Twitter (I no longer use it). I started restoring and spoke to my parents about it. Both of my parents are doctors and even though they are Muslims, my mom claims they did it for the health reasons and not religion. My mom apologized and understood and eventually even paid for my restoration devices. My father apologized too (if I recall correctly) but he wasn't very understanding. Even now, he blames my frequent urination problem on my restoration. My father performs circumcisions himself so it's only natural he would feel that way. In Bangladeshi Muslim culture, it is still common to circumcise a boy around 5-10 years of age and I believe that's the age group that my father operates on (more parents are now opting to get it done earlier though or in infancy). It still doesn't make it right. Most of these boys are tricked into it. They are told that it's part of becoming a man, that it will feel like an 'ant bite' and other lies. I remember my father telling me that he would stop performing circumcisions since I felt so strongly about it but I doubt he has. I'm sure he hasn't done it since it's part of his income.
In the 5 years that passed, my feelings on my genital cutting transitioned from anger to sadness and now to obsession. I am obsessed about circumcision and foreskin restoration to an unhealthy level. I have always been obsessed about this but with the recent events in my life (as I discussed in my last post), things have only become worse. They say time heals all wounds. I think time cannot help this one.