Sep 15, 2010 Posted by Nathan

Circumcision is not an effective method for preventing the spread of HIV/AIDS.

Millions of circumcised men have contracted HIV through unprotected sex, proving that their lack of foreskin did not stop them from being infected.

Here are some safe sex tips to prevent HIV and AIDS:

Some studies have suggested that in AIDS stricken countries, such as Africa, circumcision has played a role in preventing the spread of the disease. However, conflicting reports have shown this is completely untrue and that the foreskin has no effect either way. But the bottom line is that circumcision should not be considered an avenue for preventing HIV and AIDS. Instead, people should practice safe sex and taken preventative measures to avoid infection. Remember, circumcised men contract HIV every day.

Keep your foreskin intact and practice safer sex instead!

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