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In today’s edition of Teen Mom TMI, one fan wanted to know some pretty private information about Kailyn Lowry’s kids, including newborn son Creed. Though the MTV mama is usually pretty open when it comes to her sons, when the subject of circumcision came up, things went a little too far.

“Question, Kail. Did you circumcise your boys? Why/why not?” one fan asked on the star’s Monday, August 17, post. “Lawddddddd,” Kail, 28, responded. “I don’t even want to get into this.”

Teen Mom 2 Star Kailyn Lowry Reveals She Won't Talk About Circumcision Decisions For Sons Including Creed
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Despite that, several others encouraged the mom to talk on the topic. “Podcast episode?” the original commenter suggested. “Sounds like a topic for the podcast, even if it’s brief!!” a second agreed. A third chimed in, “You have a YouTube channel! Film the controversial parenting tag. We love an outspoken mama.”

Though many celebrities would balk at publicly discussing the subject, the Teen Mom 2 star hasn’t shied away from sharing similar controversial decisions, like those she’s made about vaccinating (or not vaccinating) her children. She even took some major heat for revealing that son Lux wasn’t vaccinated at all during an episode of “Coffee Convos” with cohost Lindsie Chrisley.

“I don’t want to lose listeners because of my opinion — but, I did vaccinate Isaac. … I let them vaccinate him with whatever they basically said that he needed,” she said on the show. “With Lincoln, I knew a little bit more, and I started to research more. … Lincoln did not get all of his vaccines. I definitely picked and chose which ones I felt like were necessary, and he did not get them all at once.” As for Lux, she continued, “The more research that I do, and the more educated I’ve become, I just don’t vaccinate him. … [But] I don’t judge Lindsie if she chooses to vaccinate, or anyone else who chooses to vaccinate — that’s your prerogative.”

Speaking exclusively to In Touch, she further explained her stance. “I mean, I guess the only thing I can really say and continue to stand for is to parent how it’s best for your child and family. People don’t love everything I do but I don’t shove my beliefs down anyone else’s throat. I know what’s best for my kids and other parents know what’s best for theirs,” she said simply.

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