BLOGS EVENTS SOCIAL VIDEOS SOLUTIONS HOT TOPICS Q&A DISCOVER IDEAS
MORE+
PLEASE SELECT:
LANGUAGE
English 中文 Español
CHANNELS
MEN
Male Infertility
Testicular Pain & Injury
Penis Pain & Injury
Prostatitis
Low Sex Drive
Over Masturbation
Weak Erection
Prostate Enlargement
Premature Ejaculation
LOCATION
Country or Region
State or Province
City

Save Selections
The Zipper Argument for Circumcision
Circumcision: some are for; others, against it. Even medical pundits remain split on the advantages and disadvantages of circumcision.

Some claim the removal of the extra foreskin damages a man’s stimulation, while other experts say the additional foreskin causes an increase of bacteria. And before you pick a side for or against circumcision, let us explain the Zipper Argument.

Why Parents Circumcise Their Children
Most pundits for circumcision make several arguments for why a parent should circumcise his children. From improved cleanliness to a lowered risk of sexually transmitted diseases, the list of pros provides added persuasion—or dissuasion--for circumcision.
 
Pros
  • Prevention of phimosis, the inability to retract foreskin
  • May decrease urinary tract infections
  • May reduce the risk of STDs
Cons
  • Reduces sensitivity
  • Increases the risk of meatitis, an inflammation of the opening of the penis
  • Prevention of UTIs remains low even without circumcision (UTIs affect 1 percent of males)
The What Argument?
The Zipper Argument: men with circumcised wieners are less likely to experience accidents with a zipper. Take Ben Stiller in “There’s Something About Mary.” In the movie, Stiller’s character goes to zip up his pants, something every man must do after using the bathroom.

Except this time, Stiller’s character caught his foreskin and testicle on the zipper. So while most parents may remain against circumcision, just remember the Zipper Argument and the added difficulties your boy will face later in life.

[More Details +]

Views: 204

Ideas: Men's, Sexual Wellbeing, circumcision

GuideID: 62541

Guide Type: Hot Topics

Images & contents may be subject to copyright    •   Report this image

More Like This