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NCFM VP Marc Angelucci op-ed in LA Times re circumcision

August 24, 2012
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NCFM VP Marc Angelucci op-ed in LA Times re circumcision

latimes.com Letters: Circumcision and STDs August 24, 2012 Re “Circumcision‘s decline could be costly,” Aug. 21 How does it make sense to remove a healthy erotogenic organ from a baby boy to avoid the possibility of contracting sexually transmitted diseases in the future? By that reasoning, why not remove one testicle from every boy...
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Landmark decision from German high court outlaws male circumcision

June 26, 2012
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Landmark decision from German high court outlaws male circumcision

A German court just ruled that infant male circumcision is ILLEGAL and can subject the perpetrator to prosecution for ASSAULT (just like for infant female circumcision)! This is a HUGE victory for the anti-circumcision movement and children’s rights. Male circumcision removes the foreskin of the penis. The foreskin contains most of the high sensory...
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Posted in Action, Children's' Rights, Circumcision, Court Cases, Genital Mutilation, Health Boys, Health Children, Health Men, International, Marc Angelucci, Esq. | 2 Comments »

Men’s Rights group in Korea objects to demeaning song “Good Boy”

May 22, 2012
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Men’s Rights group in Korea objects to demeaning song “Good Boy”

The Men’s Rights Movement is fast spreading around the world By Marc Angelucci, VP NCFM A men’s rights group in Korea objects to Baek Ji Young’s demeaning ‘Good Boy’ Song. These groups are forming all over the world and it won’t stop despite the reactive ignorance in the American media. A men’s rights association...
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Posted in Asia, Discrimination Against Males, International, Marc Angelucci, Esq., Music, Supremist | 4 Comments »