There's lots of misinformation out there when it comes to male circumcision and we owe it to our boys to dispel these myths and work for change.
A new study found a higher risk of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) in boys who are circumcised. What is the possible mechanism behind this? Are the findings valid?
The Children's Health and Human Rights Partnership responds to the CDC's report on routine infant male circumcision. Read here for the response.
Often people justify circumcision because it was done to them or their partner and they are "fine". This ignores both the cultural element and the possibility of defence mechanisms in place from prior trauma. This video may highlight this in an unexpected way.
Circumcision fetishist and advocate claims that male circumcision should be considered on par with childhood vaccination. Actual data disagrees.
Today is Blog Action day and the topic is Human Rights. It seems the perfect day to announce on EP that I have taken up a new role: I am now a member of the Advisory Board for the Children’s Health and Human Rights Partnership.
Yes, I am one of those people who used to argue that routine infant circumcision was a "personal" (i.e., parental) decision. And then I learned...
One of the main arguments now for RIC is that it can reduce STIs. Despite the research being mixed at best and ignoring the complications and known problems with circumcision.
The conclusion in the circumcision series. This part includes an analysis of adult versus infant circumcision and some of the religious considerations that must be looked into.