What is a Circumcision?
The circumcision is a minor procedure done to remove the excess foreskin from the penis. [Absolutely wrong. Circumcision is not minor. The foreskin removed is not “excess”.] Back to Top of this Page Does everybody get circumcised? Although the general opinion of the medical community favors the practice of circumcising newborn males, [Wrong, no medical organisation in the world favours routine infant circumcision.] not everyone has it done. [Only in the US, Israel and some Polynesian countries are even a majority of babies circumcised.] Circumcision safely [if he’s lucky] removes that small portion of the foreskin [Absolutely wrong, it removes all the foreskin] which has a tendency to become infected during childhood, thus minimizing that risk. [No part of the foreskin “has a tendency to become infected” any more than any other part of the body.] It is also believed [wrongly] that circumcision reduces the risk for penile cancer later in life, as well as reduces the risk of cervical can
Circumcision is a medical procedure in which the foreskin of the penis is removed. In an uncircumcised penis, this loose flap of skin acts as a protective sheath most of the time, with the ability to retract when necessary. The term “circumcision” is also used to refer to a practice in which tissue from the female genital area is removed, with some people preferring the term “female genital cutting” to describe this procedure. Depending on where one is in the world, circumcision may be a widespread practice or an unusual one, and there are a number of arguments for and against the procedure. The history of circumcision is inarguably ancient, as evidence from Egyptian tombs clearly indicates. Several religions also specifically prescribe circumcision for their male adherents, including Judaism and Islam. Traditionally, circumcision is done to infants or young children, depending on regional cultural practices. In Islam, for example, ritual circumcision or khitan is done on boys around t