"It was his circumcision ceremony that pushed me over the edge"

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    • "It was his circumcision ceremony that pushed me over the edge"

      Three months after we got married, Fraidy got pregnant. I don't like to talk about our son, his life is private, but it was his circumcision ceremony that pushed me over the edge. I joined Footsteps, a support group for people who have left or want to leave a Hasidic community
      elle.com/culture/books/a297621…transgender-becoming-eve/
      Indeed, as the history of female circumcision suggests, if male circumcision were confined to developing nations, it would by now have emerged as an international cause celebre, stirring passionate opposition from feminists, physicians, politicians, and the global human rights community.
      If routine medical circumcision didn't exist today, no one would dare to invent it.


      David Gollaher