Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Index of Circumcision Harm Part 2

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Index of Circumcision Harm Part 2

    Physiological damage
    Physiological effects Behavioral effects have been observed following infant circumcision including changes in sleep patterns, irritability, changes in feeding, and parental bonding.[71] Some men who were circumcised as an infant involuntary, described their feelings about the procedure using the terms "violation, torture, mutilation and sexual assault".[72] Boyle, G. J.; Goldman, R.; Svoboda, J. S.; Fernandez, E. (1 May 2002). "Male Circumcision: Pain, Trauma and Psychosexual Sequelae". Journal of Health Psychology. 7 (3): 329–343.doi:10.1177/135910530200700310.

    Sex effects Circ Info - 6. Loss of the Gliding Mechanism


    Bigelow drew attention to the mechanical function of the foreskin during intercourse (Bigelow, 2002: 17). This function provides more enjoyable intercourse for both partners. During sexual arousal, the vagina secretes lubricant fluid allowing penetration to occur comfortably. Then, during intercourse, the intact penis glides in and out of its own skin sheath with each thrust, reducing friction between the penile skin and the vaginal wall, and allowing the vaginal secretions to remain on its surface, rather than being drawn out as they tend to be by the thrusting of the circumcised penis, which during erection may have no slack skin at all.

    Skin - Lack off for erection The most common acute complications are bleeding, infection and the removal of either too much or too little foreskin.[4] American Academy of Pediatrics Task Force on Circumcision (2012). "Technical Report". Pediatrics. 130 (3): e756–e785.doi:10.1542/peds.2012-1990. ISSN 0031-4005.PMID 22926175.
Working...
X