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Leviathan meets the Incredible Hulk

The Willie I Have

Posted on 2007.01.26 at 08:34

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Jonathan Andrew Sheen
leviathan0999 at 2007-01-26 16:49 (UTC) (Link)
I'm sorry you have been made to feel as though you should be unhappy with your 'lot in life'.

Well, I don't really. I just do find myself wondering what might have been. I mean, if this thing is this much fun with most of its nerve endings rubbed off, how great would it be if that ended in something as moist and sensitive and protected as a clitoris?

My Sister-in-Law expressed an opinion that it's important that boys be either cut or not, but the same as their fathers, which I thought at the time was interesting, and still do, but I think, in the end, your approach is the right one. You teach your children to take care of their willies, just as they are, and that there's nothing wrong with either kind.

Because you go to bed with the willie you have!

Maple
maple_mahogany at 2007-01-26 17:09 (UTC) (Link)
See that 'like father, like son' argument is one that I've never understood, on two accounts.

A boy's bits look nothing at all what so ever like a grown man's bits. A foreskin not withstanding. Lots of boys have different hair color, eye color, and general musculature as their fathers. How often in life do fathers and sons compare penises?

Two, as girl, my childhood parts looked nothing at all like my mother's parts and it never occurred to me that they should.

*shrugs* Just had to comment on that. ;)

To me, the argument FOR circ, is either that its done for religious significance, or because that is simply what the parents want to see. It's a cosmetic surgery. If that's what parents want for their boys, then okay, but they should be honest that its really about 'looks' because all the other arguments about medicine and safety etc. just don't hold up.

Ack! Sorry. I got way more into it, then I meant to. *biting tongue now*
Jonathan Andrew Sheen
leviathan0999 at 2007-01-26 17:27 (UTC) (Link)
Those are excellent points! I wonder if those folks feel fathers should shave till their sons hit puberty... After all, I would assume that end of dad's doesn't resemble resemble that end of theirs.

Yeah, the more I think about it, the less it makes sense to me either.

No tongue-biting called for, from where I sit. The whole purpose of this thread is to explore this stuff!
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