So #133264, you know that circumcision removes about 70 percent of erogenous nerves in the penis, desensitizes the glans, no medical association in the world recommends it, most often it is performed with out anesthesia and it kills about 200 babies a year and you would still do it? It is hard for me to understand how people like you think.
You may have been lucky that they left you with enough of your penis for it to work. If you had fore skin and then lost it I know you would be bitter. The practice started in America to inhibit the enjoyment of sex.
About 2 percent of the time there are complications. The baby gets an infection or damage to the penis. Sometimes they amputate the penis like in the case of David Riemer.
I had a an infection that kept me in the hospital for a week. Whatever happened left me with nerve damage there. No feelings in the upper half of the dick except pain and pressure. I have a phantom pain, like something used to be there and is now gone. It really psychologically disturbed me as a teenager when other kids were enjoying sex and something was not right with my own genitalia.
How would you like to be an eleven year old boy who was curious about girls and wondered why his penis did not feel good? If some one cut off half your dick would you be bitter?