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    Adult Circumcision: My experience two years on. Google Key Words: Davidlouis77 blog Blog home:  https://davidlouis77.wordpress.com Age when had the Circ: 37 (Date Nov 2008) Age Now: 39 (Date: May 2010) Introduction Before sharing my experience, I direct the interested reader to some of the finer anatomical aspects of the penis. The following link provides a…

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    Yep, that's exactly my experience.

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      Thanks for posting the link, well written, except please search and replace "gland" with"glans" which is the correct spelling.

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        Sad.

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          Originally posted by sixty+ View Post
          Thanks for posting the link, well written, except please search and replace "gland" with"glans" which is the correct spelling.
          Yes, sir, good suggestion.

          I have to rein in my frustration with basic terminology errors (there are a number of errors here), because I realize that this blog isn't really presenting itself as informed per se, but rather just one guy's experience, and in that way it's effective as far as it goes. In other words, I take the blog as trying to inform only in an anecdotal way about his experience, but not in an authoritative way.

          But because this thread is in one of the Intactivist subsections, I'll wax a bit speaky .... terminology error does raise the issue of research. Just simple research; a little reading, that's all it takes; makes you sound like you know what you're talking about, and it can even save the day for somebody. To be a decent intactivist you have to do the work. It ought to be thought of as training for a fight. You have to condition yourself, and that requires a little discomfort and effort. If nothing else, if this blogger had done his own personal research beforehand, he might have been spared the damage, or, who knows, perhaps it would've been lessened.

          If damage has already been done, then do the research to learn what was changed/damaged; learn the basic terms for penile physiology, and the terms used to locate that damage, like 'glans' rather than "gland", or 'tissue' rather than a misuse of the word "dermis". In other words, learn about yourself and your body, to be effective in understanding what can happen to you, or what has happened to you, as a result of circumcision. Then you can carry a bit more authority when you write.

          The other education issue is, realize that the parallel, but non aligned, intentions of patient and practitioner (in this case, a misunderstood result on the patient's part, and a 'removed' (let's say) focus on the provider's part) usually means disappointment for the patient. The provider isn't going to educate you on this issue, so you have to educate yourself. Then, when you spread the word, you carry only the truth.
          Last edited by Info; 06-10-2016, 11:39 AM.

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