Tuesday, March 1, 2005

Proposed Anti-Circumcision Bill Could Cut Deep

SAN DIEGO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A San Diego man has proposed a bill to Congress that may slice the American public in two.

Matthew Hess has penned the “Male Genital Mutilation Bill” that would make it illegal to circumcise males in the U.S. – a practice that has been done for thousands of years for cultural and religious reasons.

Hess admits it may take a few years to find a sponsor for the legislation and even longer for there to be enough support to pass the downstairs skin-snipping bill.

Still, he believes the issue is carving up momentum among the general public, even in many religious circles and claims doctors are more reluctant to do it “because they know how bad it is.”

Besides the pain that comes along with the genital cutting – which is banned from being done on females, Hess says foreskin-less males are missing out on the sexual side of life.

As he puts it, “Circumcised males can’t enjoy sex the way nature wanted them to.”

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