lykin005 wrote:This reminded me of the whole concept of "Guns are basically metaphor's for dicks. Or knives are really just dicks. etc etc." So why is it that a gun is supposedly inherently "phalic." Why does that even matter?
lykin005 wrote:I hope you don't think I was trying to say dicks cause violence. I was speaking against that.
lykin005 wrote:Lol! Probably my senior year of high-school oddly enough.
Sonic# wrote:Depending on your cultural background, it can happen either as an infant or young child or as an adult. If it was a medical circumcision, you probably got it in your infancy.
And I'm not surprised that you don't know whether you're circumcised or not. The state of sexual education in the US is such that people in many cases just don't see other genitalia, and don't know how to see their own. (A problem even more prevalent for women, hence the emphasis by many feminists on using a mirror or speculum to get to know one's parts.) I wouldn't worry much about particular distinctions like circumcised and uncircumcised too much, though it does irk me when people make judgments about people who are or aren't circumcised.
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