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NCFM VP Marc Angelucci, Esq. reports that a new study confirms the importance of the foreskin

February 9, 2013

This brand new Belgian study confirms what the study in Denmark found: “This study confirms the importance of the foreskin for penile sensitivity, overall sexual satisfaction, and penile functioning.

Furthermore, this study shows that a higher percentage of circumcised men experience discomfort or pain and unusual sensations as compared with the uncircumcised population. Before circumcision without medical indication, adult men, and parents considering circumcision of their sons, should be informed of the importance of the foreskin in male sexuality.”

Likewise, a recent study in Denmark found circumcised men have a much higher rate of sexual problems.

The Dutch Medical Association says the foreskin is “a complex, erotogenic structure that plays an important role in the mechanical function of the penis during sexual acts, such as penetrative intercourse and masturbation.”

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia (2009) said the foreskin “is rich in specialized sensory nerve endings and erogenous tissue.”

The Swedish Paediatric Society called circumcision an assault on boys.

The Finnish Medical Association said “child circumcisions are in conflict with medical ethics.”

The foreskin is an erotogenic organ that protects the glans, acts as a natural lubricant, and is rich with specialized mucosa and over 20,000 high-sensory nerve endings.

Male circumcision is gynecologically equivalent to removing a girl’s clitoral foreskin, the most common form of female circumcision, all of which are illegal in the U.S. despite similar purported health benefits and despite cultural practices.  Even the slightest ceremonial incision on a girl’s genitals is illegal.

Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a known opponent of female circumcision, explains how male circumcision can be even worse.

In this moving video of a baby boy being mutilated, psychologists explain that MGM is not only extremely painful to an infant but also how it can cause lifetime trauma.

Most men throughout the world are not circumcised.  Europeans, Latin Americans, Asian/Pacific Islanders, Africans, and American Indians, generally do not mutilate their boys, with some exceptions.  Boys in those cultures learn to wash with soap and water just as girls do, which is all that is needed.

Non-religious circumcision has been traced to the prevention of masturbation in both sexes.  In the United States and in England, circumcision was initially popularized to prevent boys from masturbating.  Eventually, the English stopped doing it.  The U.S., however, has continuously tried to find medical justifications for it.  Circumcision has historically been a cure looking for a disease, constantly being claimed to prevent one disease after another and repeatedly disproved afterwards.  For more, see

Marc E. Angelucci, Esq.

Vice President

National Coalition For Men (NCFM)


Boys should be allowed to become men with their foreskin intact. Then they can decide for themselves whether to be circumcised.

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