Does science support infant circumcision?

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5/5 (1) Abstract According to Brian Morris (2013), “Science supports infant circumcision” and “so should skeptics.” It would be more accurate to say that ‘Brian Morris supports infant circumcision,’ and that skeptics can think for themselves. In this paper, we … Read More

Time for U.S. Parents to Reconsider the Acceptability of Infant Male Circumcision

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4.62/5 (13)   Do the benefits of male circumcision outweigh the risks? The U.S. Centers for Disease Control — echoing the 2012 policy statement of the American Academy of Pediatrics — have recently suggested that they do. What many Americans … Read More

The Circular Cut: Problematizing the Longevity of Civilization’s Most Aggressively Defended Amputation

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Shemuel Toviah Garber, Wesleyan University Read the full text in PDF format. Publication Date: 5-23-2013 Recommended Citation: Garber, Shemuel Toviah, “The Circular Cut: Problematizing the Longevity of Civilization’s Most Aggressively Defended Amputation” (2013). Honors Theses – All. Paper 1137. http://wesscholar.wesleyan.edu/etd_hon_theses/1137 Rate this article's … Read More

The foreskin: Why is it such a secret in North America?

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5/5 (2) [note: this article includes anatomical diagrams, but no photographs.] May 8, 2013   Note: Never have I gotten so many comments and emails in response to a blog post, much less rumors that I’m a man. I’ll keep … Read More

Cultural Bias in the AAP’s 2012 Technical Report and Policy Statement on Male Circumcision

5/5 (3) by Frisch, M., Aigrain, Y., Barauskas, V., Bjarnason, R., Boddy, S., Czauderna, P., de Gier, R.P.E., de Jong, T.P.V.M., Fasching, G., Fetter, W., Gahr, M., Graugaard, C., Greisen, G., Gunnarsdottir, A., Hartmann, W., Havranek, P., Hitchcock, R., Huddart, … Read More

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