Comment: Why do you build the strawman of banning circumcision

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Why do you build the strawman of banning circumcision

through the force of the state? It's about persuasion through education not compliance through force by bringing the state into it.

There are many popular myths that were mentioned in this thread by those that think that circumcision has some kind of hygienic advantage or that the baby isn't harmed by the procedure. They're myths, this page cites the studies that debunks their myths:

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/moral-landscapes/201109/...

The cons far far outweigh the pros for circumcision. The sad part is that in America, circumcision isn't even practiced because of religious beliefs but because of old myths about the advantages of it.

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