VIDEOS about CIRCUMCISION
Infant circumcision in the United States has been on a steady decline for several decades, and has been all but abandoned in other medically advanced countries that once practiced it. Introduced into the U.S. in the late 19th century as a "cure" for masturbation, circumcision became a widespread social custom in America by the mid-20th century. All major medical associations in the U.S. and in other medically advanced nations around the world now agree that this painful surgical alteration of the male genitalia has no significant health benefits (and circumcision most certainly does not stop masturbation). New studies are showing that circumcision ablates the most nerve-laden parts of the penis and that it has wide-ranging long-term adverse outcomes. Hammond (1999) | Sorrells et al (2007) | Hammond and Carmack (2017)
What do they and other informed compassionate parents know that you should know? These videos provide answers.
Whose Body, Whose Rights?
By far the most comprehensive video on the subject of male circumcision, and the only such program to gain recognition through several awards and broadcast by PBS.
They Cut Babies, Don't They? One Man's Struggle Against Circumcision
If at times the voices of men against circumcision sound strident, this video will surely explain why.
Facing Circumcision: Eight Physicians Tell Their Stories
Most physicians agree that infant circumcision is unnecessary, if not harmful. Others, however, refuse to believe that what they were taught in the past is not appropriate today, or have not stopped to examine the functional loss, psychological harm or human rights implications inflicted by infant circumcision. You'll hear many perspectives, including those who tell you why they stopped.
Nurses of St. Vincent
In the fall of 1992, a group of maternity nurses at St. Vincent Hospital in Santa Fe, New Mexico sent a letter to hospital administrators explaining that they could no longer assist with infant circumcisions. They stated: "ETHICALLY, WE FIND OURSELVES UNABLE TO ASSIST WITH THE PROCEDURE." This is their story.
The Bamasaba Cut
New documentary (2018) exposes genital cutting of boys in Uganda.
Read more and watch 'The Bamasaba Cut'
Restoration in Focus
A comprehensive video demonstrating the process for repairing the damage of circumcision through manual foreskin restoration, which materials are needed and where to get them. The reasons why a man subjected to circumcision at birth would desire foreskin restoration, and what benefits can be derived from it, are explored in the video Whose Body, Whose Rights?
These popular foreskin restoration devices are widely used to repair circumcision damage:
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Mother, Why Was I Circumcised?
2005 Dutch TV documentary with English subtitles. 35 minutes
Quote from the original Press release:
This is the first time that a (critical) film about the circumcision of boys has been made in the Netherlands, and this broadcast led to a strong public debate. In this broadcast, a number of questions are put to the MP Ayaan Hirsi Ali, which she subsequently put to the Minister of Health. Ayaan Hirsi Ali is the controversial Dutch MP who made the film Submission with filmmaker Theo van Gogh , who was subsequently murdered by a muslim fanatic). On Friday, 17 December 2004, the Minister decided to exclude the circumcision of boys from the Dutch National Health insurance scheme. 90% of the circumcisions were carried out for religious, rather than health reasons.
New studies are showing that circumcision significantly reduces male sexual sensitivity
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