We’re all familiar with the Jewish tradition for baby boys to be circumcised.
But for those of you who are not Jewish, do you know how the circumcision craze started?
You might be surprised!
Is he circumcised?
Check out this hilarious clip – and please be mindful that language may not be suitable for younger viewers.
Oh, and before you ask: yes, what is presented in the article about the foreskin is absolutely true.
In fact, the foreskin contains many thousands of specialised pleasure-receptive nerve endings – so by circumcising the foreskin, you’re removing a great deal of his (and her) pleasure – without knowing what he would prefer for himself.
Women who have sex with an man with intact penis are less likely to experience vaginal dryness or discomfort from it.
While men will often say that sex feels just fine without a foreskin, bear in mind that he hasn’t experienced sex with a foreskin. Find out more about the functions of the foreskin.
Despite a common belief, babies do feel pain just like adults. So when someone tells you it’s not painful while they are young, studies show otherwise.
For more information and frequently asked questions about circumcision, please read BellyBelly’s article here, which has been written by an Australian paediatrician.