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Brit rechitzah

Brit rechitzah is an alternative ceremony to brit milah performed by progressive Jews who are opposed to circumcision as a blood ritual. It is often a part of the liturgy of ceremonies such as brit shalom or brit bli milah. Those who perform it include rabbis in the Reform, Conservative, Renewal, and Reconstructionist movements of Judaism. Rechitzah involves the washing of the babys feet and has its origins in an account in Genesis where Abraham washes the feet of angels who appear as strangers to visit him. This is thought of as a way of welcoming a Jewish boy into the faith in a peaceful ...

Brit shalom (naming ceremony)

Brit shalom, also called alternative brit, brit ben, brit chayim or brit tikkun, is a naming ceremony for newborn Jewish boys that does not involve circumcision. It is intended to replace the traditional brit milah, and is promoted by groups such as Beyond the Bris and Jews Against Circumcision. The term is generally not used for girls, since their naming ceremony does not involve circumcision. Brit shalom is recognized by organizations affiliated with Humanistic Judaism like the Society for Humanistic Judaism, The Congress of Secular Jewish Organizations, and the International Institute f ...

Clitoraid

Clitoraid is a non-profit project started by the Raelian movement to combat female genital mutilation. The project was started in 2005 or 2006. The Raelian movement sees sexual gratification as a positive thing and Clitoraid has sponsored clitoral reconstruction for African women and sought to build a hospital in Burkina Faso where they can also receive post-operative instruction in masturbation. Clitoraid has an Adopt a Clitoris sponsorship program, which it has promoted at the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo in Las Vegas. In 2010, on the encouragement of sexologist Betty Dodson, the San Fra ...

Foreskin Man

Foreskin Mans alter ego is Miles Hastwick, a former corporate scientist now curator of the Museum of Genital Integrity. He is adamantly against the practice of circumcision. In the first issue, Hastwick comes up with the alter ego of Foreskin Man to fight against practitioners of circumcision and "the pro-circumcision lobby," whom he feels have gained too much power through "all of the well connected doctors and lawyers." In the third issue of the comic, he teams up with a female heroine, dubbed "Vulva Girl," who fights to oppose female genital mutilation. Together, they travel to Kenya to ...

Frenulum of prepuce of penis

The frenulum of prepuce of penis, often known simply as the frenulum, is an elastic band of tissue under the glans penis that connects the foreskin to the vernal mucosa, and helps contract the foreskin over the glans. In the event of frenulum breve or frenular chordee, or to ensure that the glans can be freely and completely exposed, the frenulum may be partially or totally removed. It is also often destroyed in a circumcision.

Genital Autonomy America

Genital Autonomy America, formerly NOCIRC, is an educational nonprofit organization headquartered in California and with centers in other US states and countries. In 2016 the organization changed its name from NOCIRC to Genital Autonomy America. Its goal is to secure "the birthright of male, female, and intersex children and babies to keep their sex organs intact."

                                     

ⓘ Circumcision debate

  • Male circumcision has often been, and remains, the subject of controversy on a number of grounds - religious, ethical, sexual, and medical. In Classical
  • Male circumcision is the surgical removal of the foreskin prepuce from the human penis. The ethics of non - therapeutic circumcision being imposed on
  • Male circumcision reduces the risk of HIV transmission from women to men. In 2011, the World Health Organization WHO and the Joint United Nations Programme
  • The prevalence of circumcision is the percentage of males in a given population who have been circumcised. The rates vary widely by country, from virtually
  • banning circumcision some dating back to ancient times, have been enacted in many countries and communities. In modern states, circumcision is generally
  • Circumcision is the removal of the foreskin from the human penis. In the most common procedure, the foreskin is opened, adhesions are removed, and the
  • Religious circumcision generally occurs shortly after birth, during childhood or around puberty as part of a rite of passage. Circumcision is most prevalent
  • Forced circumcision refers to circumcision of males who have not given their consent to the procedure. In a biblical context, the term is used especially
  • Genital Autonomy America, formerly NOCIRC the National Organization of Circumcision Information Resource Centers is an educational nonprofit organization
  • carried out after converting to Islam is debated among Islamic scholars. The Qur an itself does not mention circumcision explicitly in any verse. In the time