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NHS Circumcision - Revised

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Published on May 7, 2013

CONTAINS DISTURBING SOUNDS AND IMAGERY OF CHILD ABUSE
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NHS performs genital mutilation:
"It is important to note however that some PCTs in England do currently fund religious or ritual circumcision on the NHS. Each PCT takes decisions based on priorities that relate to its own local population."
http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Circumci...

To give you an idea of how many inflictions of male genital mutilation are happening in the UK, this was stated in: http://www.secularism.org.uk/news/201...
"Hospitals in Sheffield carry out about 200 non-medical male circumcisions a year, costing the Health Authority in the region of £170,000." Do the maths.

Original video of the incredible Mohel
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_9sqL...

Circumcision statistics available for 2009 - NHS Heywood Middleton and Rochdale
http://www.hmr.nhs.uk/attachments/art...
{Routine and ritual circumcisions carried out at NHS hospitals for patients registered with NHS Heywood Middleton and Rochdale = 63 }


What circumcision steals:

Foreskin -
The foreskin comprises roughly 50% (and sometimes more) of the mobile skin system of the penis. If unfolded and spread out flat, the average adult foreskin would measure about 15 square inches - the size of a three-by-five index card. This highly specialized tissue normally covers the glans and protects it from abrasion, drying and callusing (also called keratinization).

Frenar Band, or Ridged Band -
The frenar band is a group of soft ridges near the junction of the inner and outer foreskin. This region is the primary erogenous zone of the intact male body. Loss of this delicate belt of densely innervated, sexually responsive tissue reduces the fullness and intensity of sexual response.

Gliding Action -
The foreskin's gliding action is a hallmark feature of the normal, natural, intact penis. Without this gliding action, the corona of the circumcised penis can function as a one-way valve, making artificial lubricants necessary for comfortable intercourse.

Meissner's Corpuscles -
Circumcision removes the most important sensory component of the foreskin - thousands of coiled fine-touch receptors called Meissner's corpuscles. Also lost are branches of the dorsal nerve, and between 10,000 and 20,000 specialized erotogenic nerve endings of several types.

Frenulum -
The frenulum is a highly erogenous V-shaped structure on the underside of the glans that tethers the foreskin. During circumcision it is frequently either amputated with the foreskin or severed, which destroys or diminishes its sexual and physiological functions.

Dartos Fascia -
Circumcision removes approximately half of this temperature-sensitive smooth muscle sheath which lies between the outer layer of skin and the corpus cavernosa.

Size -
Circumcision removes some of the length and girth of the penis - its double-layered wrapping of loose and usually overhanging foreskin is removed. A circumcised penis is truncated and thinner than it would have been if left intact.

http://www.mendocomplain.com/
http://norm-uk.org/
http://www.genitalautonomy.org/
http://endmalecircumcision.blogspot.c...
http://www.cirp.org/
http://circumstitions.com/
http://www.nocirc.org/
http://intactamerica.org/

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