circumcision

Yang might be the first presidential candidate to take a stance on the issue one way or the other.
Backers of the proposed law say circumcision violates the rights of children. Religious leaders say it tramples their beliefs.
For the most part, the empirical information relied upon by the dueling medical associations is the same -- but their interpretation
A number of people have written to tell me that, as head of Intact America, I should go on record against the "male-body shaming" language in the new movie "Bad Moms."
Last month, Intact America proudly marched in New York City Pride for the 11th year in a row. In an event already known for being outrageous, our big, bold float created quite a stir.
Reza Aslan is a frequent commentator on the subject of Islam, having made appearances on CNN, The Daily Show, and numerous
Another day, another round of uncritical media coverage of an empirical study about circumcision and sexual function. With respect to the specific question of "sensitivity," the latest findings are a lot less definitive than media reports are making them out to be
Doctors should discuss possible complications with new parents.
Here is another entry from a translation of the recently discovered Diary of Moses, originally scratched onto sheep's skin in a steady ornamental hand.
Here is a translation from the recently discovered Diary of Moses, originally scratched onto sheep's skin in a steady ornamental hand.
If you are one of the growing number of parents who leave their baby boys' foreskins alone, as nature intended, you might need to brace yourself for the holidays.
"Speaking of class differences..." began the distraught 60-something woman whom I'll call Elizabeth (in honor of the Queen). As she put down her glass of wine, she launched into a several-minute tirade about her daughter-in-law's decision to pierce the baby's ears. In her mind, it was not "right."
"The Jewish people invented circumcision." "Circumcision is a matter of Jewish identity." "All Jews circumcise." People often make such assumptions. But are the assumptions valid?
"We all feel like this is our son," Amber Baxley, founder of the support group Chase's Guardians, told Vocativ in March. "We're
What many Americans are not aware of, however, is the fact that the United States is not just unusual, but actually unique among developed nations in finding such widespread medical support for infant male circumcision.