Wednesday, November 20, 2013 6:28:12 AM
You can tell she's a feminist because she suggests using a disingenuous method to gain an advantage over males, versus investing time and effort developing skills and strengths which would make a woman genuinely stronger than her male counterparts.
Of course, a woman of strength would know that men are neither an obstacle or a threat to her success, and would not associate with feminists.
Only a moron believes that empowerment happens when you dumb down the environment enough for the weak to succeed.
Tuesday, November 19, 2013 7:41:17 PM
Having said that, I've read that washing isn`t necessary in very young boys because the foreskin is still attached to the glans and shouldn`t be detached until it does so of its own accord. I don`t remember that far back so I`m not sure about it, but it`s something that parents who have a baby boy and don`t want to cut part of his genitals off should look into.
Tuesday, November 19, 2013 7:33:58 PM
Err... on the circumcision bit... I've heard a pretty disturbing account of the "build-up" that may occur as a result of not properly cleaning the enclosed areas.
I have access to water to wash in. I wash myself. Don`t you?
You might or might not be aware that women`s genitals have more "enclosed areas" and are warmer and damper, making them better growth areas for anaerobic microbes. Do you advocate that the labia are cut off of girls before they`re old enough to talk, let alone fight back? If not, why not? Your "cleanliness" argument applies more strongly to female people than to male people.
Washing. It`s quick, simple and works well for both sexes.
Tuesday, November 19, 2013 2:40:05 PM
@ak2nc1 In that case... step right up for a labiaplasty because natural non-symmetric labia are "just nasty, nothing appealing about it" and we know everyone looks for that "nice, clean and classic profile."