Friday, March 4, 2005

Proposed Circumcision Law Receives Sharp Reaction

SAN DIEGO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – The recent effort by a California man to make circumcision illegal in the U.S. has received a sharp reaction from a foreskin-less San Diego man.

Fifty-year-old Jerry Zeekaf says he had the skin-snipping procedure done at the age of 25 because the sensual region became “too bothersome to clean and maintain” and he has no regrets.

He says the proposed law is “a bunch of crap” and he would “immediately” circumcise his kids when and if he has any.

One of the cutting remarks about circumcision is that it’s very painful and desensitizes the area to sexual stimulation. However, Zeekaf says it was no more uncomfortable to him than “getting your tonsils pulled” and says losing the skin has increased his sexual pleasure, not lowered it.

Still, Zeekaf figures the law has “no chance” of being passed and points out that the decision to be snipped or not to be snipped should be left up to the individual or their parents – not the federal government.

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