Its not a strawman, its an example of how stupid it is to say that we should ban circumcision. The practice is well within the norms for what we allow with regards to cultural practices.You still ignore the whole premise of choice. However, I will waste no more time attacking your straw-man.
So what? Complications are almost always minor, and are extremely rare. We allow very very rarely risky social practices all the time. And there is little merit to the claim that it lowers sexual function.Because it's an optional procedure with a risk of complications, no medical necessity (in the vast majority of cases) and potential loss of sensation.