Monday, July 23, 2012 7:47:03 AM
I didn't snip my boy. It`s cruel, stupid, and anyone with the foreskin knows what the loss of nerves would feel like, you may last longer whilst boning if you snip - but why would anyone want to lose the sensation for longevity? And Darky - Unless you live in Africa or are banging crack whores without a condom regularly, there are 0 benefits to snipping. If you can bare watching the practice on your own boy - then go ahead and snip him... Watch him cry while his little schlong bleeds - then explain to me why you had it done.
Monday, July 23, 2012 5:09:58 AM
theres a reason adults who aren't circumcised are asking to be, and those who aren`t, aren`t asking not to be.
The great majority of men who haven`t had part of their penis cut off are not asking to have it cut off. Those who do are usually doing it as a result of religious or cultural pressure.
Many men who have had it cut off would be "asking not to be" IF THEY COULD INVENT A TIME MACHINE.
Are you really so ignorant of the subject that you think they`re all kept in perfect storage and can be reattached any time the man asks for it? Seriously? If so, you`re quite mad.
Also, if you don`t understand the difference between an elective mutilation chosen by an adult and a non-consensual mutilation forced on a child, you`re both mad and dangerous. Don`t try to confuse the two. They`re not at all the same.
You are arguing that sexual abuse of INFANTS (note not children of all ages, specifically infants) is so common in the USA that it puts all infants at a significant risk of being infected with HIV as a result.
Even if you were right (and you aren`t), your argument would still be utter bullpoo because infant boys who are being sexually abused aren`t generally at risk of HIV infection through their penis.
I`ll add your own argument to the growing list of things you are ignorant of.
You`re just making up arguments on an ad hoc basis, aren`t you? You haven`t thought it through, have you?
Monday, July 23, 2012 4:58:08 AM
the rules regarding sex outside of wedlock are from the old testament, hence they are applied to both religions the same (with the 'same` biblical consequences), of course if you knew anything about what you`re trying to argue, you would know this.
The old testament of the Christian bible is not part of Islam. They have their own book. Similar in some ways, but not the same.
Your ignorance of that is remarkable and makes your comment about me not knowing anything absolutely hilarious.
You are ignorant of religion. You are ignorant of the roots of the customs of your own country, even when they`re little over 100 years old. You`re just plain ignorant.
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You didn`t even read the content-free summary you linked to. Surprise, surprise.