Nope - my son's intact, but not really due to any stroke of genius on my part. I'm in New Zealand and it's not been a 'thing' here for decades. My brother, husband and son are all intact. I have however had circumcised partners and it's alarming how much damage is out there - once you know what you're looking at. There's a bit about that here
. Doctors here just started refusing to do them, in the end public hospitals banned them, and now you'll find when you look at the recommendations of medical organisations around the world,
they're pretty strongly against it. Personally, I'm not a fan as it nearly killed my dad, and would have if disposable diapers had been around then.
The saddest thing is the friends I have in the USA who are great moms and did it and now deeply regret it. It's not something you can undo. But when you know better, you do better, and I know when it comes time to explain to their boys that they made a mistake that it'll all be done with compassion and hopefully forgiveness (and really, you can't be blamed if people you trusted fed you crappy information).
The penis problems I hear about in the USA horrify me - they really, really aren't an issue with intact boys and you're just going to have to trust me on that - or ask anyone else parenting overseas. Just make sure no one retracts him