twilight forced infant genital mutilation Crisis protest
Anatomy of the Penis: Penile and Foreskin Neurology
Study of penile sensitivity
Sorrells fine touch sensitivity
Video on the functions of the Foreskin
A Historical and Medical Critique of Circumcision – Dr. Christopher Guest
The history of Medicalization of Circumcision
Effects on Partners
Very Educational Website that Explains the Structural Aspect of the Foreskin During Sex on the Woman
Mutilated men have more difficulties reaching orgasm, and their female partners experience more vaginal pains and an inferior sex life, a new study shows.
Routine forced infant genital mutilation : the opposing view
Andrew E MacNeily, MD, FRCSC, FAAP
Forced infant genital mutilation health benefit virtually nil, study finds
International Physicians Positions
hey are appalled and disgusted by the pseudo science barbarism.
Psychological Effects Study Halted Die to Extreme Pain
Study halted due to extreme trauma of infants Do to MUTILATING their genitals
Psychological Effects of Male Genital Mutilation
Dr. Paul D. Tinari, Ph.D.
Karen Kelly Glennon
When you wound a man in the very place of his deepest union with another, you forever alter his connection with himself, with others and with the world in which he lives – a disruption most men never articulate and understand. It’s tragic.
Breast Feeding Disrupted
There is scientific evidence
that the trauma of circumcision
makes it harder for a baby
to learn how to suckle.
Effect of forced neonatal infant genital mutilation on pain responses during vaccination in boys
Using data from one of our randomised trials, we investigated post-hoc whether male forced infant genital mutilation neonatal is associated with a greater pain response to routine vaccination at 4 or 6 months. Because of Forced infant genital mutilation infants had higher behavioural pain scores (8 vs 6, p=0·01) and cried longer (53 vs 19 s, p=0·02). Thus forced neonatal infant genital mutilation may affect pain response several months after the event.
Forced infant genital mutilation Causes Lifelong Harm, Concludes New Research U.S. attorney warns doctors, “The foundation is well laid for lawsuits.”
A new study on forced infant genital mutilation in the latest edition of Journal of Health Psychology concludes that the surgery causes a host of psychological problems-including Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)-in adults who have suffered the surgery as babies.