(III) Adverse Consequences

The foreskin is an integral part of the penile skin system and has been characterized by anatomical researchers as “primary erogenous tissue necessary for normal sexual function”[1]. Amputation of the foreskin by circumcision alters the anatomy of the penis from its natural design in a number of fundamental ways[2].

References:

[1] C.J. Cold/J.R. Taylor “The Prepuce” – British Journal of Urology, Volume 83 (January 1999)

[2] Doctors Opposing Circumcision “The Sexual Impact of Circumcision”

[3] Morten Frisch: “Male circumcision and sexual function in men and women: a survey-based, cross-sectional study in Denmark” – International Journal of Epidemiology, Volume 40 (October 2011)

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