I helped my friend solve a penis problem I never knew existed.
Phimosis is a condition where a person's foreskin is too tight to be pulled back.
'Intactivists' claim the cosmetic use of neonatal foreskins is fuelling a tissue-sale underworld, with hospitals and governments in on the act. Do they have a point, or is this trend no more than skin deep?
While Americans and Brits share many things in common, a love for circumcision is not among them. We explore the rich cultural history of this tiny patch of skin.
Joel Golby lets rip at his grandma, Sam Wolfson asks his dad about Brexit and we talk about that guy who hid cocaine in his foreskin.
"You're a Jewish rapper... Do you miss the hood? And when I say hood, I mean your foreskin."
For as long as men have been getting circumcised, some of them have been trying to regrow what's been lost through various stretching and tugging mechanisms.
Bono is now officially global Foreskin Enemy #2, so watch your 'skins at the next U2 show.
Anti-circumcision activists have a snazzy new propaganda mobile.
"The problem is in your head, not on my penis," says foreskin lover Glen Callender.