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It may seem reasonable to wait until your son is old enough to decide for himself if he wants to be circumcised. However, this approach is fundamentally flawed. For a start, many of the problems of not being circumcised occur in childhood. By having your son circumcised as a baby, you guarantee that he won’t have to needlessly suffer any foreskin related problems.
Also, circumcising a newborn is a simple, safe, trivial affair and he will never remember the procedure. Indeed, it is very likely that he will go through most of his childhood, without realising anything has been done to his willy. All he will know is that he has a normal, attractive willy that looks good, feels good, never smells and works without any problems.
First time he is likely to find out that anything has been done to it is during a school sex lesson. Most boys are very surprised to find out what their parents did to their willy when they were a baby. Most are very glad that they ended up with one of the nice smooth, rounded end attractive willies, rather than the ugly anteater style.
So, not only is it your right as a parent to circumcise your child, it is your duty to do what’s in his best interest. Given that your son does not need a foreskin and removing it will cause him no harm whatsoever, I can’t see the problem. The decision to circumcise your child is no different to the many other decisions you will need to take for him.
Your son trusts and relies on you to make the right decision -
don’t let him down