Circumcision (Boys vs Girls)

Is the practice rooted in ancient blood ritual?

Males: Yes
Females: Yes

Was it initially adopted to suppress or control sexuality? (Circumcision of U.S. males began when it was adopted from England in the late 1800s to “prevent” masturbation.)

Males: Yes
Females: Yes

Did the practice become “medicalized?”

Males: Yes
Females: Yes

Do cultures use hygiene, medicine, religion or tradition to justify it?

Males: Yes
Females: Yes

Is it done without anesthesia, and is it painful and traumatic to the child?

Males: Yes
Females: Yes

Does it carry long-term physical, sexual, emotional or psychological effects?

Males: Yes
Females: Yes

Does it diminish sexual sensitivity?

Males: Yes
Females: Yes

Does it abuse or mutilate the child’s body?

Males: Yes
Females: Yes

Is it forced upon the child without his/her consent?

Males: Yes
Females: Yes

Is it a violation of a person’s fundamental human right to his/her own body?

Males: Yes
Females: Yes

Do the victims learn to accept it as “normal” or defend the practice?

Males: Yes
Females: Yes

Is it legal?

Males: Yes
Females: No

Thank You to noharmm.org for providing this information.

Circumcision is a calculated sneak attack on infant boys, designed to take away a child’s right to an intact body under the guise of medical benefits.

Of course the advocates of circumcision want it that way, because once a boy matures into an adult there is no way he will allow someone to cut off the end of his penis. That’s why less than 1% of intact males ever get circumcised as an adult.

The advocates of circumcision try to rationalize this horrible practice with science fiction medical benefits. And we don’t try to enforce “hygiene” on females with surgical procedures.

Babies are born perfectly intact, let’s leave them that way.

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