And, of course, circumcision is a controversial topic -- almost any time we mention the practice, furious debates erupt over circumcision's cultural history and how it differs, if at all, from female genital mutilation. From our perspective, the practices have very distinct religious, medical and cultural histories. Male circumcision typically does not destroy sexual function -- it isn't designed to stamp out a man's sexual pleasure or identity. The same cannot be said for female circumcision, which, more often than not, is more accurately described as mutilation.This is simply false. Circumcision, aside from being brutally done without anesthetic, removes an organ vital for sexual pleasure. Study after study have shown that foreskins play an important role in sexual pleasure.
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