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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    Seriously? I think it's a preposterous proposition.
    I like that word preposterous ...

    as I stated in the other thread .. my father was circed as a baby .. and yet was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2010. Unless you can tell me with 100% certainty that it would remove ALL chance of prostate cancer, I'm not even remotely interested (mind you ... removing the PROSTATE would guarantee that you wouldn't get prostate cancer, perhaps that should be mandatory??)

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    The OP and his username freak me out. I don't haves son but would never consider circ if i did and threads like this only make me more convinced not to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LilPetal View Post
    The OP and his username freak me out. I don't haves son but would never consider circ if i did and threads like this only make me more convinced not to.
    Yeah he's not doing his cause (fetish) any favours with that revolting username.

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    It so weird to be so obsessed with removing a part of a little baby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by circangel View Post
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    Your thoughts please, on whether circumcision should be encouraged and mandatory and maybe your experiences. ...
    No and definitely no! Mandatory to remove part of a healthy baby? You've got to be effing kidding me! (although obviously you are not)
    I can only say I hope you fail in your campaign

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    Ignore it and it might go away?

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    Quote Originally Posted by veve View Post
    I like that word preposterous ...

    as I stated in the other thread .. my father was circed as a baby .. and yet was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2010. Unless you can tell me with 100% certainty that it would remove ALL chance of prostate cancer, I'm not even remotely interested (mind you ... removing the PROSTATE would guarantee that you wouldn't get prostate cancer, perhaps that should be mandatory??)

    Jen
    Thanks I guess 15% reduction is no where near 100% and I agree prostate cancer alone would not be a good enough reason. Perhaps if there were a history of prostate cancer it might be a consideration. Points taken, I will leave this to the experts. I just thought parents might be wondering why circumcision should not be freely available and accessible.

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    Hmm well seeing as I am not religious and your argument here seems based on bible inserts it makes me more against both RIC and religion!

    Tony Abbott in disguise???

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    circangel, why are you so obsessed with other people's pee-pees?

    Don't you have one of your own to play with?

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    OP, I disagree. There are many things we could remove to give us a slightly lesser chance of having cancer in the future but I think there are far better ways of preventing cancer than having bits removed.

    For little boys who have problems with their foreskin, I see no problem with the removal of it. But I would say the same for any body part that is causing health problems - appendix, tonsils, a suspicious mole... hey, there you go, perhaps we should all have all of our moles cut off to lessen our chances of skin cancer?

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