A special thank you to Jennifer Coias for her assistance in compiling this fantastic list of resources. If you have anything to add, please email us at email@example.com or post in the comments section below.
View Conscious Woman’s recorded webinar series, The Intact Boy, with Marilyn Milos, Gillian Longley and Ronald Goldman.
The WHOLE Network is a grassroots organization dedicated to providing accurate information about circumcision and the benefits of being intact. We supply doctors, hospitals, midwives, educators, and parents-to-be with well-researched, up-to-date information.
The goal of End Routine Infant Circumcision is to end the practice of non-therapeutic routine infant circumcision in the United States, whether through legislation or through perseverance in educating the American public about the harmful effects of circumcision, the functions of the foreskin, and to also encourage every hospital, and doctors to stop offering the procedure for cosmetic reasons.
Wholebabyrevolution.com is home to Parents Against Circumcision Today (PACT). PACT was founded as a support system for today’s parents who are deciding to keep their babies whole and for parents who are still seeking answers to their circumcision questions. It is our hope that together with those who have crusaded tirelessly for this human rights issue for decades, that we can help move this country into the renaissance of bodily integrity for our American babies.
Circinfosite is a non-profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to providing quality circumcision resources for expecting and future parents.
The goal of Stop The Cut is to disseminate the truth of the consequences of childhood circumcision to medical personnel and the general public in an effort to completely abolish this avoidable and brutal violation of basic human rights.
The Circumcision Information and Resource Pages is an Internet resource that provides information about all aspects of genital surgery.
Saving Penises is a non-profit group based out of Washington, D.C. which supplies parents with accurate information regarding circumcision and proper intact care.
The National Organization of Circumcision Information Resource Centers (NOCIRC) is a 501(c)(3) educational non-profit organization committed to securing the birthright of male, female, and intersex children and babies to keep their sex organs intact.
Intact America works to protect babies and children from circumcision and all other forms of medically unnecessary genital alteration, whether carried out for cultural conformity or profit, in medical or non-medical settings. We seek to achieve our goals through education, advocacy, public policy reform, and the empowerment of our supporters, partners, and volunteers.
Doctors Opposing Circumcision (D.O.C.) is an organization of physicians, and others who are opposed to non-therapeutic neonatal circumcision. D.O.C. has members in 50 States, 12 Canadian Provinces and Territories, and in nations on six continents. These doctors recognize that no one has the right to forcibly remove sexual body parts from another individual. They also believe that doctors should have no role in this painful, unnecessary procedure inflicted on the newborn.
The National Organization of Restoring Men is a non-profit support group for men who have concerns about being circumcised, are considering foreskin restoration, or are in the process of restoring their foreskins.
The Circumcision Resource Center is an educational organization with the purpose of informing the public and professionals about the practice of male circumcision. Our mission is to raise awareness and facilitate healing. Since 1991, the Center has been a valuable source of male circumcision information for parents and children’s advocates; childbirth educators and allied professionals; medical, mental health, and academic people; Jews; and others.
Circumstitions.com is jam-packed full of useful information.
The drmomma.org blog contains a number of excellent articles, and lists a variety of other blogs with up-to-date research.
Beyond the Bris is a web-based multimedia project that puts real faces and voices to the current Jewish movement against circumcision.
One purpose of the Jewish Circumcision Resource Center is to make known to the Jewish community that there is a growing number of Jews who either have not circumcised their son or would choose not to circumcise a future son.
Paul M. Fleiss, M.D., M.P.H., The Case against Circumcision
Jennifer Coias, The Phony Phimosis Diagnosis
Jennifer Coias, Basic Care of the Intact Child
Jennifer Coias, Circumcision: Already Illegal?
Danelle Frisbie, Ph.D., M.A, Hypospadais: Surgery and Circumcision
Danelle Frisbie, Ph.D., M.A, Death from Circumcision
Yuki (edited by Danelle Frisbie), Breastfeeding & Circumcision
Richard A. Shweder, Disputing the Myth of Sexual Dysfunction of Circumcised Women: An Interview with Fuambai S. Ahmadu. This academic article explains some of the misconceptions about female genital cutting and how it is done for the same reasons that the USA circumcizes boys.
Ronald Goldman, Questioning Circumcision, A Jewish Perspective
Ronald Goldman, Circumcision: The Hidden Trauma
Marilyn Fayre Milos, George C. Denniston and Frederick Mansfield Hodges, Sexual Mutilations: A Human Tragedy
Marilyn Fayre Milos, George C. Denniston and Frederick Mansfield Hodges, Male and Female Circumcision: Medical Legal and Ethical Considerations in Pediatric Practice
Marilyn Fayre Milos, George C. Denniston and Frederick Mansfield Hodges, Understanding Circumcision: A Multidisciplinary Approach to a Multidimensional Problem
Thomas Ritter and George Denniston, Doctors Re-examine Circumcision
Cut: Slicing Through the Myths of Circumcision, Eliyahu Ungar-Sargon (Director)
Cut is a film that traces the intellectual journey of a man struggling to come to terms with his Jewish identity in the 21st century. Through the lens of circumcision, a central and ancient Jewish ritual, Cut asks the viewer to contemplate what happens when the Jewish tradition collides with the modern values of autonomy and individuality. Using the latest in scientific research, as well as conversations with rabbis, historians, and activists, Cut asks difficult questions about male circumcision and provides a rare emotional and intellectual experience.