TGA Podcast: Episode 167 1/2

TGA Podcast: Episode 167 1/2

This week, we go back to school for Episode 167 1/2, with our special feature ‘The Top 10 Stupidest things Atheists are accused of’. Carisa joins me for this hour and a half show. It’s a big one, so enjoy it!

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    Jeffrey

    Okay, I get dibs on the gay TGA fanbase.

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    Richard

    Is it just me or did the quality of this podcast seem a little worse than usual? Usually it’s crystal clear, but this one was a little… ehh

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    Jeffrey Jones

    I noticed that too, it seemed like the levels were off, or something.

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    thehappycook

    Just a comment about your circumcision/male genitalia mutilation discussion. I want to let you know that not every parent who has their boy circumcised does it for religious or cultural or dumb-ass reasons. My husband and I were opposed to circumcision, none of our 8 nephews were circumcised and when our first child was born we never contemplated it for a moment – were happy that he was going to live life intact. However out of the blue at age 4 he developed phimosis which is a condition where the foreskin doesn’t retract, it caused a very painful infection of the foreskin. He was in so much pain when he had to urinate. He was on antibiotics for weeks with no resolution to the condition, his foreskin could not retract. The longer it went on the more the condition worsened and it was an awfully painful time for our little boy and very worrying for us. We were referred to a vascular surgeon and he had an emergency circumcision. His relief was almost immediate. He is now 21 years old and he remembers enough of that time that he understands why he had to be circumcised. I still don’t advocate for circumcision on religious or cultural grounds but I am glad that it solved our son’s medical condition. So please next time you talk about this topic please acknowledge that there are a small number of circumcisions that happen for purely medical reasons.

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