Which has pretty much been debunked. All you have to do is clean it. Is it that tough to clean? It can't take more than an extra 60 seconds.
Not completely "debunked". I have had to take care of elderly male patients that have had to have circumcision done because they had NOT kept it clean. The foreskin can be like any other area where bacteria will grow. It is a dark, moist place and if not cared for properly, can cause infection and then make a circumcision necessary.
It isn't so much that it is "tough to clean" as much as elderly men tend to stop taking care of themselves, especially if they live alone, are widowed, etc. Not only can the foreskin get inflamed, it can lead to urinary tract infections, which could lead to kidney problems and possibly, prostate infections.
I still believe that it is a personal choice, I would never think circumcision should be an "absolute" necessity (ie: mandated by law). I think it should be up to the parents of the baby boy. The foreskin has no real purpose, and it does not change anything medically speaking. Except reducing the risk of infection given that it can be a bacterial breeding ground IF cleaning is not done.
Some people get their baby girl's ears pierced, which can also be construed
as a form of mutilation, and the baby is not old enough to give consent.