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    Quote Originally Posted by circangel View Post
    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.

    Quoting some medical links and throwing in a biblical reference does not equate to wondering why parents aren't wondering why circ'ng isn't freely available and accessible.

    What this does leave me wondering is why you don't contribute to any other area of the forum.

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    All else aside, freely available and mandatory are 2 vastly different things.

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    Ok what I mean by freely available is for it not to be expensive if the decision to circumcise is to be made, and also readily (freely) accessible. I guess if it were mandatory it would also be freely available, and I take the point it would not be like that the other way around.
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    All else aside, freely available and mandatory are 2 vastly different things.

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    nope, if this came into play and i had another boy, i would break the law and not let them do it, it is his body he wants it done when he can make the choice fine, but as his mother i would not force him even as a baby

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    Mandatory RIC would not ever happen, so why bother starting a thread about it.

    Circangel, I'm sure if you sought some help for your obsession with Circumcising baby boys you would find some peace and possibly stop trolling forums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jakois View Post
    Circangel, I'm sure if you sought some help for your obsession with Circumcising baby boys you would find some peace and possibly stop trolling forums.
    *Shudder* absolutely. Creepy uberfreak...!

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    Is there anyone here that hates Circumcision?

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    *puts hand up* (unless there is an existing medical condition requiring a surgical procedure)

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    Without due medical course and reason - yes ME!

    I don't hate the people that have circ'd their kids, but rather that is was an acceptable and encouraged practice with little or no good sound medical reason for doing so

    Even going down the bible path, it was an OT covenant, and see the NT tossed the OT, there is no longer any religious grounds 'cept Judahism and Islamis faiths

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    Its as ******** as circing females. Totally unnecessary .

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