Canadian Medical Association Journal CMAJ:... →
A reply to the recent study that tried to correlate male circumcision to urinary tract infections (UITs). Dr. Christopher Guest shows that that recent study fails to provide evidence regarding intact children and the risk of UTIs. The doctor also makes the valid point that urinary tract infections are better treated with antibiotics instead of invasive surgery like circumcision.
Betty Dodson with Carlin Ross: Restoring My... →
Betty responds to a guy who hopes sex gets better as he continues his foreskin restoration. He is hoping that as he regrows his foreskin, he will be better able to pleasure his partner. He is concerned about his fast and furious thrusting that he employs during sex. Betty says that his thrusting style was likely learned at a young age. He can retrain himself. That is also my experience. As I...
Actually, the recognition of circumcision as child... →
The blogger very astutely asks how freedom of religion allows someone to remove body parts from another person who does not give consent? If a parent tattoos a child, they are considered criminals. But cutting off part of a baby boy’s sex organ is OK? How can “freedom of religion” possibly be construed to extend so far that it allows religious people to remove parts of other people’s...
The nonexistent benefits of circumcision →
Banning the circumcision of children does not have the impact that most religious people claim. Those who feel that circumcision is important to their practice of religion are free to have a circumcision. They just cannot impose body modifications on others, particularly children. The author also points out that the HIV and STD argument does not carry any weight because children do not get HIV or...
Is circumcision not a costly sideshow? →
An African man questions the male circumcision campaign being waged in Africa. He notes that current information shows that there are more cases of HIV among circumcised men than intact men for Zimbabwe. This evidence contradicts the circumcision studies used by advocates.
The Standard - Zimbabwe: Powerful lobbyists behind... →
The author questions the current male circumcision campaign in Africa. He notes that the circumcision campaign appears to be driven by outside forces. Also, less invasive measures are available than the drastic amputation of part of the man’s sex organ through circumcision.