Should any US medical organization recomend circumcision of infant boys or should they recomend against it?Sunday, March 7th, 2010
Circumcision takes away main male pleasure zones, about 20,000 fine touch and stretch nerve endings. There is talk about changing the AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS neutral stance based on Africa studies that purport to show a change in HIV risk for men from 3.2 % risk to 1.78 % risk (almost 60% change in risk), although this is not found in other studies and not observed in US where there is both high HIV rate and high circumcision rate.
Should the neutral stance change, should the cdc recomend such a change? Shouldn’t the sexual pleasure of the boy be considered? Shouldn’t the owner of the prleasure zones decide?
Right now, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is developing recommendations for the U.S. on male circumcision – ignoring the risks and ethics of needless surgery on baby boys in favor of highly debatable research claims. If you believe that we should protect newborn babies from harmful and unnecessary surgery, then click the link below: