We might imagine that circumcision is common practice in America, if not across the globe. The truth of the matter is that those rates are falling in our country and are only 1 percent in Europe. Worldwide, about one in three men is circumcised. So, we explore whether the practice is considered medically necessary and what the arguments are against it. Anthony Losquadro, founder and director of Intaction (intaction.org), does not feel that the intact body, as he describes it, should be altered. It’s a very interesting and serious discussion. Take a listen.
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