I have been restoring my foreskin for 6 years. In that time I have seen my restored foreskin get longer and longer, and then shorter and shorter as I lost weight. Fortunately, I am seeing my foreskin getting longer and longer again.
But one question that I anticipate is Why am I still restoring after 6 years?
When I started restoring my foreskin I thought that I would be done in 2 years. As it turned out, I was not far from my estimate. After two years of tugging I had full flaccid coverage almost all the time. I was experiencing more sensitivity in my penis than I remember ever having before. And I no longer was irritated by my shorts rubbing against what sensitive bits I had on my penis. Read more . . .
Parents, protect your babies. Support intactivism. The following list includes blogs, articles, and websites of interest to Intactivists that were published in the past week. This is a running tally of the ones I found interesting.
Sunday, May 13, 2012
Ending Unnecessary Male Circumcision In The UK:The Bristol Compromise Part 2: Tackling Female Circumcision
The second of a series of the dichotomy of the City of Bristol in the UK actively fighting against female genital mutilation (FGM), yet actively endorsing and promoting male infant circumcision (MGM). The City of Bristol is making great strides in tackling female circumcision. The city is committed to ending the practice of female genital cutting.
Monday, May 14, 2012
The Quirky Offspring:To Snip or Not To Snip?
A mother respects her son's body and will not have him circumcised. She says that "our son’s penis is his penis. The penis he is born with is the penis he should have."
Should I circumcise?:Circumcision & Motherly Instinct
A father writes about mothers. His kids have a book that is titled "All Mommies Love Their Babies." Along with that love is a mother's desire to protect her children. Unfortunately, some mothers wrongly believe that having their sons circumcised protects them. That is not true. Circumcision is harmful, during the circumcision surgery, after the surgery as the wound sits in a dirty diaper, and later, as a man and his wife live and love with an incomplete sex organ. Sure, it still works, sort of. But not as well as it would with the original equipment still installed. Foreskin restoration helps, but a restored foreskin is not the same as the original equipment.
A Much Better Way:Circumcision Linked To Erectile Dysfunction
A YouTube video discussing the link between male circumcision and erectile dysfunction. The United States is the leading user of Viagra in the world, although the US only makes up a small part of the world population. There is correlation. Based on my personal experience where I started having ED problems in my 50s. Those problems were resolved entirely by restoring my foreskin.
Circumstitions News:KENYA: Men not volunteering to be cut, so boys targeted
The Ministry of Public Health in Kenya plans to launch a male circumcision campaign for children under 15. It seems that adult men do not want to be circumcised. Maybe they know the value of having a whole penis. So the Kenyan government wants to circumcised children before they know better. Read more . . .
Restoring Tally is just an ordinary guy who had to confront his prostate and circumcision problems. This site chronicles his journey in dealing with these issues. He has had prostate surgery and he is restoring his foreskin.