Risks, Benefits, Complications and Harms: Neglected Factors in the Current Debate on Non-Therapeutic Circumcision

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Full text available in PDF format (above) Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, Vol. 25, No. 1 (Mar., 2015), pp. 1-34. Also available on Project Muse (restricted access) and from the Georgetown University website Abstract: Much of the contemporary debate about the propriety … Read More

Circumcision’s Psychological Damage: CDC wants all males to be cut – but it’s harmful psychologically

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by Patrick O’Connor, Psy.D. Psychology Today, Jan. 11, 2015 As psychologists, we are deeply concerned by the recently announced CDC guidelines promoting circumcision for all males, and in particular children. The CDC guidelines are based on a sharply criticized 2012 … Read More

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