Although couched within an aura of mockery, complete with a couple jokes about genital cutting, the fact that Jimmy Fallon highlighted Dr. Jim Bigelow's book, The Joy of Uncircumcising, may be enough to spur Tonight Show viewers into looking it up out of curiosity and stumbling into foreskin restoration options, intact information, and the many resources available today on infant circumcision.
Despite being presented in a manner that flows right along with the cutting culture in which we live, the presentation of this book for a brief two minutes on The Tonight Show last night (9.11.14) may lead to future men enjoying sex as they were meant to enjoy it... with full and complete genitals.
The Tonight Show Dialog:
Jimmy Fallon: For all you guys out there - you guys like reading books, right? It's The Joy of Uncircumcising. And it's great. As you can see, it's a very thick book - so it must be a very joyful experience. Look who it's written by - Jim Bigelow.
Steve Higgins: Jim Big-and-Low?
Jimmy Fallon: No, no - Jim Bigelow. [camera zoom to author's name] This book was actually a lot longer, but they cut the end off.
Steve Higgins: You used to work for a guy who did circumcisions, didn't you?
Jimmy Fallon: Ah, yeah, I didn't get paid though - I only worked for tips.
For further information on foreskin restoration, and its impact on men and their partners, visit resources on the Restoration Page.
When will this idea of "norm" stop?ReplyDelete