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Why Circumcision is a bad thing

Post  Manahuna on 26.08.12 17:29



EACH one teach one.


"Would you be surprised if I told you that hospitals have been selling discarded foreskins to private bio-research laboraties and pharmaceutical companies? You will be even more surprised when I tell you exactly where that precious, densely innervated tissue ends up!

Human foreskin is in great demand and equals multi-million dollar profits for bio-medical research and pharmaceutical companies. Why? Human flesh is a required raw research material for bio-medical companies in order to create many medical products from growing new tissue to use as skin grafts for burn patients, to creating new eyelids and used in the production of insulin. Foreskin is an ideal tissue because the young flesh grows better, is likely to be free of disease, and is a consistently and readily available resource.

Human foreskin also contains all of the things that we lose as we age, growth factors, amino acids, proteins, collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid, and there is an endless stream of companies ready to capitalize on that fact. It has become the active secret ingredient in many face creams as well as used for collagen for those lovely plump kissers you see on many models and actors. That's right, the next time you see that youthful glow and ample pout, you'll know that baby penis made it all possible.

The key ingredient in SkinMedica's 'fountain of youth' anti-wrinkle cream, which is called TNS recovery complex, has been highly touted by Oprah and many other celebrities. I bet. On a mothering.com discussion, it was asked, "If the cream was made from the bi-product of baby Afro-American clitoral skin, would Oprah still be promoting it?" I doubt it. When asked of the smell, Barbara Blair says, "It's disgusting. It's got a sour smell to it that makes you want to gag, but you get used to it."


Now that you know the motive behind the cutting of your children's foreskin, it is important for you to know what's at stake. Circumcision removes about 50% of the skin of the penis, with that, he loses length and circumference and the mechanical action of being able to 'slide' in and out of itself, a highly pleasurable function for a man and his partner. It also removes the frenar ridged band which is the primary erogenous zone of the male body along with meissner's corpuscles and branches of the dorsal nerve, 20,000 fine-touch receptors and specialized erotogenic nerve endings. Rich with sexually responsive tissue, loss of this reduces the fullness and intensity of sexual response.

The circumcised male also loses part of his immunological system and function in the soft mucosa which produces plasma cells, these cells secrete immunoglobulin antibodies as well as antibacterial and antiviral proteins, including the pathogen killing enzyme lysozyme. Langerhans cells, a special immunological set of cells that are a front line of defense against disease and has recently been shown to produce langerin, which actually kills HIV, is also, you guessed it, lost. The lost list includes but is not limited to: frenulum, dartos fascia, lymphatic vessels, estrogen receptors, apocrine glands, sebaceous glands, natural glans coloration, blood vessels, and sometimes even the entire penis. According to norm.org, circumcision performed during infancy disrupts the bonding process between child and mother. There are indications that the innate sense of trust in intimate human contact is inhibited or lost. It can also have significant adverse effects on neurological development.

Additionally, an infant's self-confidence and hardiness is diminished by forcing the newborn victim into a defensive psychological state of "learned helplessness" or "acquired passivity" to cope with the excruciating pain which he can neither fight nor flee. The trauma of this early pain lowers a circumcised boy's pain threshold below that of intact boys and girls. Too often, some boys even lose their lives as a result of circumcision... it only takes a small amount of blood lost in such a tiny body to send the newborn in shock. Recently, a boy died from heart attack and loss of oxygen he experienced during the procedure.

So what do YOU get out of this? Big pharma gets big profits, the child gets tortured in an unimaginable way, stripping him of the best part of his body, and YOU actually PAY for it! Whether you think you do or not, if you pay taxes, you are paying for circumcisions! What? Yes, you heard me right, you or your insurance company pay the doctor (if not directly, you will end up paying indirectly!) to strap down newborn baby boys while their foreskin is brutally ripped away from the glans and sliced off, with little or no effective pain relief, then the foreskins are sold for the production of miracle wrinkle creams and collagen injections that earn BILLIONS of dollars in profit each year. And that poor baby, well, he TOTALLY gets shafted, er... shall I say, DE-shafted, in this deal... all that profit on his loss and he doesn't even get so much as a trust fund for college or a way to pay for a surgical restoration. He doesn't even get a SAY! Heck, even the models and actors make money out of this deal... that fresh, ageless skin and juicy lips help earn them an extra killing out of the additional ten years of work. (If it is true that it takes 10 years off!)

Circumcision is big business, when considering that a SINGLE foreskin can bring in $100,000 in profit, there is no question about why circumcisions are still being performed in America despite the fact that no major medical association in the world recommends it.

As Paul M. Fliess MD states in the Case Against Circumcision, "Parents should be wary of anyone who tries to retract their child's foreskin, and especially wary of anyone who wants to cut it off."

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