The debate about the benefits and dangers of circumcision in boys, whether or not to do it, has not faded for many decades. While in Russian society only 11.8% of men underwent this procedure, in the United States about 71.2 percent of the stronger sex do not have foreskin (only about 1.7% of Jews in the American population). Where in the States is such popularity? What are the consequences of child circumcision? Do circumcisions for a boy? Consider the pros and cons.
No Foreskin – Circumcisers
According to statistics, in countries where getting rid of the foreskin is a tradition – Israel, Saudi Arabia, cancers of the genital organs are very rare among men. Women with uterine cancer are 6-7 times less likely to be affected than in the whole world. This is the main argument that John F. Kennedy used when agitating the United States to get rid of the “intimate skin fold.” Since then, in America, circumcision has remained in the tradition of almost all families. Continue reading