The bodily pain caused to that member is the real purpose of circumcision.
The most commonly reported problems of circumcision are pain and blood loss. Accordingly, the local, transient and obvious effects of circumcision are the main concerns of the circumcision physicians. They look for ways to alleviate the patients’ pain and sufferings accompanying the operation. They want to make circumcision run as smoothly as a natural process. Obviously, they are full of good intentions as far as operation and its immediate problems are concerned. But they say nothing about the enduring effects of the erogenous deficit and emotional distress that circumcision is intended to cause. Intentionally or due to ignorance, by rendering circumcision painless physicians trick the potential patients into paying for suffering the long-term effects of the practice.