There are many factors that must be considered when circumcising a boy’s male genitals. However, it is clear that the most important factor is for parents to ensure the safety and health of their child. This is evident from the fact that different cultures have different approaches to this issue. The Americans’ Religious Freedom Act introduced the procedure in the United States. The procedure allows any citizen to worship however they choose, even parents who don’t want to circumstate their child in the surgery room.
American parents are sometimes hesitant to allow their male children to have this procedure. They usually think of the risks involved. Some parents believe that their child will die if the surgeons have to cut it. This is possible, there’s no doubt. But, is there a medical reason why an infant shouldn’t be allowed to participate in religious ceremonies?
Many people point out the fact that most boys have had herpes in their lives. This has nothing to do with being a boy. In many families, this is already a sign of infection. If the boy has not shown any signs of genital warts during his lifetime, why should parents force him to undergo this procedure?
This method of removing unwanted genitalia is dangerous and inhumane. It is highly unnatural for a child to undergo such operation in his first two months of life. Many parents insist on allowing the boy to undergo this procedure, despite being informed and made aware by his parents of the risks. They claim that because they were circumcised when children, they have developed an attachment to the practice. In essence, the procedure is valuable and important for the child.
Parents who are religiously committed may also support this treatment. According to them, it is not a religious question. It is rather a medical procedure that is done to remove a body part that is causing problems. Parents believe God should be loved and not hated. The ritual thus carries more of a meaning for them than for the baby boy himself.
There is, however, another group of parents who believe that male genitalia should be left untouched and natural. This is especially true for conservative communities in Africa. These communities view the practice of malegenitalia as a natural extension to their culture. This treatment is not necessary for young boys.
One of the more obvious factors to consider in the male circumcision is the fact that it is a surgical procedure. The mere presence of this organ can cause anxiety and stress in the child. The boy may be afraid that something will go wrong as he grows up. This can lead to more emotional stress for parents who are deeply religious. If the parents are deeply religious, it is not unusual to have the baby boy circumcised as they believe it is a necessary ritual.
The male circumcision of a baby boy is performed when the child is just a few months old. This is one of the most surprising things about the procedure. Many parents are unaware that the baby boy already has the procedure. Parents will notice that the foreskin of their baby boy is pink and that there will likely be bleeding.