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Everything a Parent Needs To Know About Circumcision


  • The removal of the foreskin from the human penis
  • Can be done on newborns, infants, children, or adults but most often done on newborns on the first or second day of life.
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The Old Orthodox New Year

The Old New Year or the Orthodox New Year is an informal traditional holiday, celebrated as the start of the New Year by the Julian calendar. 112 more words

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Foregen: The Possibility of Foreskin Regeneration

Last spring when I first heard that it was possible to restore my foreskin lost from circumcision, I also heard of another possible solution as well to reverse my circumcision. 1,088 more words


Long Term Follow up Study in China Concludes Circumcision Increases Sexual Pleasure for Both Men and Women

In from 2009-2012, a total of 103 Chinese men undergoing circumcision for health benefits like a reduced risk in contracting HIV were recruited to undergo evaluation in sexual function and sexual satisfaction for themselves and their partners (satisfaction rated on a scale of 1 to 10, 10 being the highest level of satisfaction) before undergoing circumcision, then an average of 19.1 months after circumcision [1]. 610 more words


The Day My Parents Lied to Me: “Shame on Them”

Mehran Banaei

I must have been 3 years old. After half a century, the memory of that day is still vividly fresh in my mind with so many details. 1,395 more words

Philosophy Of Science And Religion

More Than Just the Tip

Consent is so important, even when it comes to young children. I think, maybe, as parents we find something that would look cute on them or think it’s in their best interest, but don’t actually consider how they’d feel about it because we find it harmless. 852 more words

The Epistle of the Jerusalem Apostles to the Gentiles

A very fascinating and instructive drama in the history of the Early Church is recorded in the fifteenth chapter of the book of Acts. A special council of the Jerusalem church leaders was held to decide how to respond to the issue of certain Jews who were Judaizing new Gentile converts who were being added to the church. 1,969 more words