Do all the men in you family share the same circumcison status? That is are you all either cut or all uncut? Or is there a mixture of cut and uncut? If you're all uncut, was it ever talked about why there was a family tradition of keeping the men intact? Or if there was a mixture, was the difference ever explained? My brother and father are both circumcised, well as the few male cousins and one paternal uncle I have seen. Reportedly my paternal grandfather is uncircumcised (a physician) and my maternal grandfather was circumcised during WWII. My mother mentioned circumcision once growing up when we were watching some sort of National Geographic show on Africa. My stepbrother was under the impression that one needed to be circumcised in order to pee and couldn't understand how they could wait until puberty to circumcise in some African cultures. My mother explained and then mentioned that our grandfather was uncircumcised.