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    There is no health benefits from Female Circumcision it is basically damaging healthy female genitalia. It is estimated that 100-140 million woman in Africa have undergone Female Genital Mutation. This procedure is often done in Africa, some Middle East and Asian countries and increasing in Europe, Australia, New Zealand, The United States and Canada. Normally people wouldn’t think of a female getting circumcised, but the number is growing throughout these countries. Next I will be talking about Male Circumcision. Male circumcision has become a very routine procedure that doctors perform on new born babies every day. Circumcision is the surgical removal of the foreskin, the tissue covering the head (glans) of the penis. It is an ancient practice that has its origin in religious rites. Today, many parents have their sons circumcised for religious or other reasons. Doctors and parents started seeing the benefits of having it done therefore making it more and more common. This is not something that has to be done and every parent has the right to choose to do it or not do it. There are three types of procedures that can be done. The first is A Mogen…

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    them. On the other hand, females are different. Females remember the procedure at a higher rate than boys due to the cruelty of the procedure. Girls suffer from many long term effects, such as emotional, mental, psychological, and physical health due to female genital mutilation (Aydogmus et al., 2016; Harbinson, 2015; Mulongo, Martin, & McAndrew, 2014;Vloeberghs, Kwaak, Knipscheer, Muijsenbergh, 2012). What is Circumcision? What is Female Genital Mutilation? Circumcision is a procedure which…

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    circumcision? Well, if so, circumcision is the surgical removal of the foreskin, the tissue covering the glans of the penis. Circumcision is performed on the first or second day after birth. The procedure becomes more complicated and riskier in older babies, children, and men. During a circumcision, the foreskin is freed from the glans of the penis, and the excess foreskin is clipped off. If this is done in the newborn period, this procedure takes about five to ten minutes. Adult circumcision…

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    covering the tip of the penis typically done in the newborn stage, circumcision after the newborn stage is still possible but is a more complex procedure. About 30% of the world is circumcised, and an average of 58% in the United States. Circumcision is a popular practice in the judaism and islam religions. The jewish people supposedly copied the practice from the egyptians, and is apart of their bible. It says that by being circumcised, god ensured the promise of fertility to the…

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    The penis with the scrotum are part of the reproductive physical structure included in the male. Females possess the vagina with the clitoris, which are part of the female reproductive structure. Each are separate structures but the brain is involved increasingly with both the penis and vagina during sex. The connection between the vagina and penis create a variety of different reactions in the brain on a hormonal and sensory level. Other structures involved inside of intercourse include the…

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    “Start rowing, slowly.” Obediently, Blondie took hold of the oars and started to row. There must have been some ingenious gears in the base of the “rowing machine” for as he rowed, the seat started sliding backwards. His penis remained in the hoop, but slid back too so the hoop was now almost around the glans of his penis. I saw his stomach tense a little, a sign of pleasure I recognized. As he rowed a little more, the chair slid forwards so his penis pushed back into the hoop almost down to the…

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    In Brian Earp’s article, Earp debunks a statement made by Jacobs and Arora that stated circumcision has “little or no effect…on sexuality.” (Earp, 2015, p. 1). Earp expresses that the glans penis of a circumcised infant rubs against clothing and is exposed to the elements for at the very least a decade before the boy’s first sexual encounter, and that an exposed glans can result in desensitization of the penile glans. (Earp, 2015). Foreskin is a highly vascular and innervated tissue. The loss of…

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    Intersex (also known as hermaphroditism or DSDs) is a group of conditions with disparity between the external genitals and the internal genitals. There are 4 distinguished categories of Intersex, however in some cases, the cause remains undetermined, even with modern diagnostic methods. 1. 46, XX intersex occurs when a person has woman chromosomes, ovaries, but external genitals appear male. This is usually the result of a female fetus exposition to excess male hormones before birth. The labia…

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    Though found in females too, circumcision is commonly applied to males, where the definition can be known as the practice of removing the foreskin, also called the prepuce, from the glans (head) of the human male genitalia. Circumcision, precisely male infant circumcision, has been practiced around the world for centuries, some continuing today. It can be predominantly found as a religious obligation in Jewish communities and the Muslim world and as a cultural practice in the United States of…

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    men. What a woman can give, work-wise and desire-wise, determines the price and value of her since women are a commodity to men. According to Irigaray "woman...is only a more or less obliging prop for the enactment of man 's fantasies." (Irigaray, p. 25). The woman is the worker and the merchant while the man is the consumer who takes what he wants when he wants it and then may leave in the same manner. Woman receives autoeroticism from her own genitals being of two separate parts always…

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