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When trying to persuade people to stop smoking, the most effective weapon is to make it socially unacceptable. Most people want to conform, if the majority don’t smoke, smokers will make much more effort to give up.
It’s the same with circumcision. If the majority of parents have their children circumcised, it is the norm. Therefore, any parent who doesn’t have their child circumcised will be considered very irresponsible. The pressure from society, friends, family and relatives to have your child’s foreskin removed, will be very hard to resist.
There comes a tipping point in society, when the majority of parents have their children circumcised, the rate tends to increase. Because the rate has increased, even more parents want their child’s foreskin removed, until it becomes completely the norm. This is what has already happened in The US. It looks like China is likely to follow suit.
Other countries too will eventually reach the tipping point. Africa is probably next, with a huge increase in circumcisions in a much needed, desperate attempt to stem the AIDS epidemic. The WHO (World Health Authority) recommends as many people as possible are circumcised. South Africa has a campaign to try and get around three million men circumcised. Many other countries in Africa are doing the same. Soon, it will be considered unacceptable to bring a child into the world, without having him circumcised.