There's a sad post on reddit right now about a newborn who was neglected medically in emerg twice after a circumcision, with blood loss resulting in brain damage. We've been hearing news for months (if not years) that Canada's medical system is pretty much heading toward collapse with more incidents like this happening every day.. In some parts of the country, we're actually shutting down emergency rooms due to lack of staffing.
Of course since all that remains on reddit is male losers, this tragic story about medical negligence has become another symbol of modern male oppression and is the third most upvoted thread of the year in the subreddit r/Canada. The majority of comments are some variation of "men are victims, women are privileged" trope because society considers FGM brutal and circumcision "normal".
A few women tried it in the comments (worth a read) so I won't get into it with the idiocy of even comparing FGM to circumcision (practices created by men) but I'm seeing this everywhere since Depp. Men will take any issue at all and DARVO into victimhood, is anyone else noticing how rampant this is becoming?
I'm also curious how women actually feel about circumcision? Whenever this topic comes up, men always seem to be around to police women's response.I'm no longer dating males but have had sex with two uncut penises and could not feel either. My vagina gripped their foreskin and it felt like they were having sex with themselves inside me? Not a fan.