Foreskin Restoration: Uncircumcision

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Book Data
Title Foreskin Restoration
SubtitleUncircumcision
AuthorWaring, Mark
Pages 64
EditionOut of print
First Edition1988
PublisherNew Orleans: Second Skin Books
Those circumcised men who feel they were seriously cheated in being deprived of their foreskins may be interested in an article in the latest (November 21) issue of The Advocate on foreskin restoration.

Basically, the article describes a plausible-sounding technique for restoring the functionality of a foreskin by stretching the skin of the {*filter*}. It is promoted by a doctor named Mark Waring who documented the techniques in a 64-page booklet called Foreskin Restoration (Uncircumcision), available from (hope it's okay to post this):

Second Skin Books
521 Rue St. Philip
New Orleans, LA 70116

for $14.95 plus $1.25 postage and handling. Supposedly a new, bigger, illustrated publication on the same subject is due out next year. Dr. Waring said he got the idea after seeing a program on an African tribe whose members stretch their lips and earlobes. The technique supposedly takes about *three years* of continual effort to achieve complete coverage of the glans, but if you feel seriously handicapped by the lack of a foreskin, well, it might be worth putting your money where ... uh ...

Disclaimer: I know nothing more about this technique than I read in the article. Furthermore, I'm female and unlikely to be partaking in any of this myself :-). But it seems very pertinent to the recurring discussions. Get the article or the book for yourself (and monitor these newsgroups) for further information and debate! - Susan (1993)
– Susan Co (Message on a BB)[1]

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References

  1. REFweb Co, Susan (19 April 1993). Uncircumcision, science-bbs, Science Forums. Retrieved 28 January 2020.