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No, it really is not.

April 29 2012 at 2:44 PM
Jim  (Premier Login jimsplacetofixthings)

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It's the truth. Those in denial of truth use the excuse that it is offensive because facing truth is often painful. Nonetheless, it is the truth. You came here for help and advice. We offered you legitimate answers based upon facts. It's up to you to accept that or get advice somewhere else. The archives show the results of listening to what is said. Some listened; some didn't. Those who did saved their foreskins.

For true medical conditions, you should be able to speak to your GP about anything at all. However, a tight foreskin is not a medicals condition. It's simply one of maturity.

Coming here is anonymous. We have no idea who you are, nor does anyone else unless you tell him.

This message has been edited by jimsplacetofixthings on May 6, 2012 12:10 PM


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