Article citations

    Morris, B.J., Krieger, J.N. and Kigozi, G. (2013) Male Circumcision Decreases Penile Sensitivity as Measured in a Large Cohort. British Journal of Urology International, 111, E269-E270.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Does Male Circumcision Adversely Affect Sexual Sensation, Function, or Satisfaction? Critical Comment on Morris and Krieger (2013)
  • AUTHORS: Gregory J. Boyle
  • KEYWORDS: Circumcision, Sexual Dysfunction
  • JOURNAL NAME: Advances in Sexual Medicine DOI: 10.4236/asm.2015.52002 Apr 29, 2015
  • ABSTRACT: Morris and Krieger (2013) have argued that male circumcision does not impact adversely on sexual sensation, satisfaction, and/or function. In the present paper, it is argued that such a view is untenable. By selectively citing Morris’ own non-peer-reviewed letters and opinion pieces purporting to show flaws in studies reporting evidence of negative effects of circumcision, and by failing adequately to account for replies to these letters by the authors of the original research (and others), Morris and Krieger give an incomplete and misleading account of the available literature. Consequently, Morris and Krieger reach an implausible conclusion that is inconsistent with what is known about the anatomy and functions of the penile foreskin, and the likely effects of its surgical removal.