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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 112. Chapters: Prince Albert, Penectomy, Foreskin restoration, Condom, Brit milah, Peyronie's disease, Glans penis, Penile subincision, Circumcision, List of cases of penis removal, Circumcision controversies, Human penis, Human penis size, Penile plethysmograph, Koro, Penis enlargement, Phalloplasty, Ejaculation, Premature ejaculation, Phallus, Hypospadias, Phallus paintings in Bhutan, Carcinoma of the penis, Restoration device, Baculum, Erection, Retrograde ejaculation, Fascinus, Penis envy, Hirsuties coronae glandis, Death erection, Koteka, Micropenis, Irrumatio,…mehr

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 112. Chapters: Prince Albert, Penectomy, Foreskin restoration, Condom, Brit milah, Peyronie's disease, Glans penis, Penile subincision, Circumcision, List of cases of penis removal, Circumcision controversies, Human penis, Human penis size, Penile plethysmograph, Koro, Penis enlargement, Phalloplasty, Ejaculation, Premature ejaculation, Phallus, Hypospadias, Phallus paintings in Bhutan, Carcinoma of the penis, Restoration device, Baculum, Erection, Retrograde ejaculation, Fascinus, Penis envy, Hirsuties coronae glandis, Death erection, Koteka, Micropenis, Irrumatio, Dorsal slit, Penile prosthesis, Deer penis, Paraphimosis, Frenulum of prepuce of penis, Ampallang, Fordyce's spot, Chordee, Circumcision scar, Penis transplantation, Frenum piercing, Diphallia, Corpus cavernosum penis, Stunt cock, Aposthia, Dydoe, Mull of Kintyre test, Pseudo-penis, Phallic saints, Nocturnal penile tumescence, Pizzle, Dick joke, Apadravya, Corpus spongiosum penis, Icelandic Phallological Museum, Tiger penis, Ejaculatory duct, Penis captivus, Meatotomy, Superficial dorsal vein of the penis, Kanamara Matsuri, Castration anxiety, Preputial mucosa, Puppetry of the Penis, John Thomas sign, Posthitis, Bifid penis, Penis Landscape, Deep dorsal vein of the penis, St. Priapus Church, Kynodesme, Crus of penis, Bulb of penis, Apophallation, Emasculation, Genital bisection, Namba, Magic cross piercing, Penile artery, Bulbus glandis, Frenular delta. Excerpt: Male circumcision is the surgical removal of some or all of the foreskin (prepuce) from the penis. The word "circumcision" comes from Latin (meaning "around") and (meaning "to cut"). Early depictions of circumcision are found in cave paintings and Ancient Egyptian tombs, though some pictures are open to interpretation. Religious male circumcision is considered a commandment from God in Judaism. In Islam, though not discussed in the Qur'an, male circumcision is widely practised and most often considered to be a sunnah. It is also customary in some Christian churches in Africa, including some Oriental Orthodox Churches. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), global estimates suggest that 30% of males are circumcised, of whom 68% are Muslim. The prevalence of circumcision varies mostly with religious affiliation, and sometimes culture. Most circumcisions are performed during adolescence for cultural or religious reasons; in some countries they are more commonly performed during infancy. There is controversy regarding circumcision. Arguments that have been raised in favour of circumcision include that it provides important health advantages which outweigh the risks, has no substantial effects on sexual function, has a low complication rate when carried out by an experienced physician, and is best performed during the neonatal period. Those raised in opposition to circumcision include that it adversely affects penile function and sexual pleasure, is justified only by medical myths, is extremely painful, and is a violation of human rights. The American Medical Association report of 1999, which was " confined to circumcisions that are not performed for ritualistic or religious purposes," states that "Virtually all current policy statements from specialty societies and medical organizations do not recommend routine neonatal circumcision, and support the provision of accurate and unbiased information to parents to inform their choice." The World Health Organizatio
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  • Verlag: Books On Demand; Books Llc, Reference Series
  • Seitenzahl: 112
  • Erscheinungstermin: 8. November 2011
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 246mm x 190mm x 13mm
  • Gewicht: 232g
  • ISBN-13: 9781156561836
  • ISBN-10: 1156561833
  • Artikelnr.: 31322072