Jenn Bossio is a blessing to this field of study. We could not ask for anyone better: she's intelligent, well-educated, researched, young & beautiful, and she is exploring all aspects of circumcision that has never been explored in a scientific way. Such a lack of information currently on the societal and psychological effects of circumcision status, both among males and their female partners, that Jenn truly is a blessing to us.
This study has made waves, and the timing couldn't be any more perfect with the current "bloodstained men" protests. This new study has further reach and influence than any of those wackos will ever have, basically making their efforts futile and null. (I will spare my comments on intactivists, as it'll only be echoing what has already been said).
As a male circumcised as an adult (voluntary), I have been saying this for years: Removing the foreskin does not effect sensitivity or pleasure. Not on the glans, frenulum, shaft, not anywhere. I could have told you that, or the millions other circumcised men, but this new study is what was needed to reassure the public. I have strong personal beliefs regarding circumcision of newborns, but I would never discourage or try to persuade parents who didn't want to do it ("live and let live" as snoman said). I'm just glad the research is out there to help ease parents minds on this, and give a more balanced perspective that has been dominated by the anti-camp (scare tactics, lies, and all).
It is also very noteworthy that from her research, females significantly prefer circumcised for all sexual acts: including vaginal intercourse, fellatio, manual stimulation, and even anal intercourse. From her studies women hold the belief that circumcised is significantly more hygienic, clean, normal, age-common, attractive, better to touch, and what other females prefer. Less significant but still towards a positive trend, women also believe it is more erotic and better against STI reduction.
As nice as it is to have the facts and data, common sense should prevail in the end. Circumcision has been practiced for hundreds of years, led by men at their discretion, and it wouldn't have continued if it didn't have benefits or reduced sensation. Secondly, ignoring women's preference is disingenuous and insulting, as it directly influences them sexually. Given that it has been common knowledge (for a long-time now) that large majority of women do find circumcised cleaner and visually attractive, it is no mystery why it is the more appealing option.