Rachel’s story of her son’s circumcision complications

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Also available at : http://somethingsarehard2say.blogspot.com/2013/11/rachels-story-of-her-sons-circumcision.html Thank you to my friend Rachel, for being willing to share her story and the story of her sweet little boy.  Circumcision complications are NOT rare.  They happen all the time.  There are no medical benefits … Read More

A Common Sense Approach to Routine Infant Circumcision from the Christian Point of View

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Also available at: http://somethingsarehard2say.blogspot.com/2013/09/a-common-sense-approach-to-routine.html by Rebecca James When people debate the circumcision issue they like to talk about all the “studies.” Scientific studies to prove that there are potential medical benefits. Studies that disprove the potential medical benefits. Studies that prove … Read More

The Obvious Choice for an Unconventional Dad: By Chad B.

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4/5 (1) Also available at: http://somethingsarehard2say.blogspot.com/2013/07/the-obvious-choice-for-unconventional.html I am not the norm when it comes to dads in my area. Being an atheistic, vegan who practices attachment parenting and baby wearing, who makes his own laundry detergent, among other household cleaners, uses … Read More

Circumcision Stories: Oregon Intactivist

3.33/5 (3) Also available at: http://oregonintactivist.com/circumcision-stories/oregon-intactivist/ Oregon Intactivist I was 15 when I had to have surgery and while I was under the doctor circumcised me, because it’s “cleaner” and all the other false reasons they give. When I woke up, I immediately threw up from … Read More

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

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3.67/5 (3) [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

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