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View jamiemartin721's Profile jamiemartin721 Flag Reading 11 Oct 17 4.57pm Send a Private Message to jamiemartin721 Add jamiemartin721 as a friend

Originally posted by Ray in Houston

I think this is the distinction that some here aren't making: medical or religious reasons for the procedure. If, after consulting a physician - who would also perform the procedure, in a medical facility - parents decide to go ahead, then that's an informed decision.

Only if the medical reason is by diagnosis, not prevention of a possible problem in the future. It seems that in the US circumcision for 'medical reasons' includes questionable preventative health reasons - which aren't really scientifically all that valid or reasonable.

most of the mooted health 'benefits' relate to sexually transmitted diseases, and the effectiveness of circumcision do not exceed widely available contraceptive measures (such as condoms) - which also prevent the spread of sexually transmitted diseases.

UTI's aren't really a major threat to life or well being.

 


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View Ray in Houston's Profile Ray in Houston Flag Houston 11 Oct 17 5.13pm Send a Private Message to Ray in Houston Add Ray in Houston as a friend

Originally posted by jamiemartin721

Only if the medical reason is by diagnosis, not prevention of a possible problem in the future. It seems that in the US circumcision for 'medical reasons' includes questionable preventative health reasons - which aren't really scientifically all that valid or reasonable.

most of the mooted health 'benefits' relate to sexually transmitted diseases, and the effectiveness of circumcision do not exceed widely available contraceptive measures (such as condoms) - which also prevent the spread of sexually transmitted diseases.

UTI's aren't really a major threat to life or well being.


It's not just STDs though. There are certain male cancers that are prevented, as wells as general non sex-related benefits of having a clean todger. The AAP decided that the full spread of benefits outweigh the risks. Those risks, of course, increasing steadily with age so, nipping it in the bud, as it were, makes it a far less onerous procedure than having it done as an adult - after which it may already have been too late to avoid one of the things that the procedure helps avoid.

 


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View johnno42000's Profile johnno42000 Flag 11 Oct 17 9.07pm Send a Private Message to johnno42000 Add johnno42000 as a friend

Originally posted by jamiemartin721

You should look at the rape and sexual assault conviction rate compared to the reports of rape and sexual assault to the police.

About 1 in 14 reported rapes end in a conviction.

I believe in this case she was found guilty of sexual assault and she pleaded not guilty. The assault left him bleeding (presumably from around his bottom). The maximum sentence is life. IMO she got off very lightly and I doubt a man would have gotten away so lightly.

 


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View Ray in Houston's Profile Ray in Houston Flag Houston 12 Oct 17 7.28pm Send a Private Message to Ray in Houston Add Ray in Houston as a friend

Originally posted by johnno42000

I believe in this case she was found guilty of sexual assault and she pleaded not guilty. The assault left him bleeding (presumably from around his bottom). The maximum sentence is life. IMO she got off very lightly and I doubt a man would have gotten away so lightly.


Did you not read the very post you quoted? The point of that post being that a man would almost certainly have got away with it completely.

 


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Originally posted by johnno42000

I believe in this case she was found guilty of sexual assault and she pleaded not guilty. The assault left him bleeding (presumably from around his bottom). The maximum sentence is life. IMO she got off very lightly and I doubt a man would have gotten away so lightly.

7% of rapes reported by women to the police end in conviction. So I think, chances are, if the roles were reversed, it wouldn't even have made it to court.

Sentences for rape, widely touted as the second most serious offence against the person, after murder, rarely see sentences of more than five years.

So for every man convicted of rape, at least 13 get away with it. And people wonder why women don't go to the police more often.

 


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Originally posted by jamiemartin721

So for every man convicted of rape, at least 13 get away with it. And people wonder why women don't go to the police more often.

That is, of course, based on the assumption that 100% of rape claims are genuine. I don't know what the actual figures are, but it's certainly not 100% as a few recent cases of nutters crying rape have confirmed.

 

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View Stirlingsays's Profile Stirlingsays Flag Wisbech, England 13 Oct 17 9.53am Send a Private Message to Stirlingsays Add Stirlingsays as a friend

Originally posted by jamiemartin721

7% of rapes reported by women to the police end in conviction. So I think, chances are, if the roles were reversed, it wouldn't even have made it to court.

Sentences for rape, widely touted as the second most serious offence against the person, after murder, rarely see sentences of more than five years.

So for every man convicted of rape, at least 13 get away with it. And people wonder why women don't go to the police more often.

The problem here is the nature of the crime. This is about consent and physical evidence.

So what's the solution?

I'm very suspicious about what the explicit realities that screwing around with the burden of proof here.

In private educational institutions in the US....some have done just that. The Rubin report looked into it.

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Just been told I'm part of the problem and shouldn't be commenting when I spoke up in favour of the #metoo tag, when it was implied men should instead be coming forward as the offenders.

Good luck smashing the patriarchy.

 

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Originally posted by johnfirewall

Just been told I'm part of the problem and shouldn't be commenting when I spoke up in favour of the #metoo tag, when it was implied men should instead be coming forward as the offenders.

Good luck smashing the patriarchy.

Ah, you should have mentioned some old poof trying it on with you as a young lad as I did. Snookered.

 


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View Stirlingsays's Profile Stirlingsays Flag Wisbech, England Yesterday 7.43pm Send a Private Message to Stirlingsays Add Stirlingsays as a friend

Just watched this video by a female at university who's fed up with male feminists....which we know a set proportion of will just be beta males trying to get tail the only pathetic way they can....or they had negative male experiences in their family...though that's my belief not hers.

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