Infant Male Circumcision Is Sexual Violence

The USA is the only country in the world that circumcises most (60%) of its male infants for non-religious reasons.

Infant male circumcision consists of strapping a newborn infant to a crosslike board, referred to as the “circumstraint” and having the most sensitive, pleasurable part of the newborn infant’s body tortured and removed.

This procedure has been shown to cause irreparable brain damage to the limbic region of the brain.

“Based on MRI data collected throughout the process, the research team noted “significant trauma” in conjunction with the foreskin removal process, with the most pronounced brain changes occurring in the limbic system, which includes the amygdala and frontal and temporal lobes.”

The first sexual experience of over 60% of American cis-men is one of violence, torture, and abuse.

Social scientists have found a direct correlation between the prevalence of infant male cirucmciosn and social violence such as; mass shooting, domestic violence, sexual assault and other forms of soicetial violence many North Americans accept as “normal”

 

Learn more at:

Protecting Baby Boys and Men from Circumcision

https://circumcisionmovie.com/

http://www.savingsons.org/2015/09/foreskin-and-its-16-functions-not-just.html

https://circumcision.org/circumcision-permanently-alters-the-brain/

http://www.cirp.org/library/psych/goldman1/

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/17378847/ 

 

CLICK HERE to hear Devi discuss infant male circumcision with worldwide experts on Sex Is Medicine.  

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