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  • An easy way for people to relate to foreskin restoration

    I have 2 ideas to suggest when telling friends you are restoring your foreskin:

    - I've used the idea of a pregnant woman's belly growing.
    - Last night something else struck me. People who stretch their ears with them O circles.

    I've started this thread for others to give any ideas. I felt a lot better about my close friends (both male and female) knowing what I was doing and having their support.
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    I'm not sure that I totally agree with the analogy of foreskin restoration to a woman's belly growing. I see your point, but I think it's a little far out. Comparing it to gauging is more along the lines I think. The only difference is that foreskin restoration is a very personal journey for people who have been scarred (quite literally) and who want to regain confidence. I bet the feelings associated with the other two are variable.
    Last edited by urethramaster; 09-13-2016, 03:51 PM.

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      I've thought about what I might say to someone who found out I was restoring, and I came up with a different approach. Pretty much everyone in the world agrees that female genital mutilation is wrong, and that is basically what (non medical) circumcision is. It's taking away a part of your body for no good reason. Then I'd say so if you knew you could reverse to some extent that damage, wouldn't you?

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        Originally posted by ihave2cats View Post
        I've thought about what I might say to someone who found out I was restoring, and I came up with a different approach. Pretty much everyone in the world agrees that female genital mutilation is wrong, and that is basically what (non medical) circumcision is. It's taking away a part of your body for no good reason. Then I'd say so if you knew you could reverse to some extent that damage, wouldn't you?
        Why would you need to explain your reasons for restoring to someone? I feel like any empathetic human being would understand a loss. I've had people sympathizing with my circumcision even though they had no idea that I was restoring at the same time. I'm just saying don't feel like you have to give a reason to someone for why you are doing it. Just do it. It's about you after all.

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