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Books with information on Foreskin Restoration and Circumcision
The Joy of Uncircumcising by Jim Bigelow
Ph.D. is the definitive
reference for information on restoration and the history of
Books With Information on or Related to the
Issue of Circumcision
The Measure of His Grief
by Lisa Braver Moss
Paperback, 352 pages, Published by CreateSpace (September 2,
2010) ISBN 1453720251
The Measure of His Grief is a fictional story about a Jewish physician
who becomes aware of his own circumcision and then wages a
campaign against infant circumcision, becoming more deeply
committed to Judaism in the process.
||Doctors Re-examine Circumcision by Thomas J. Ritter and Dr. George
Paperback, 96 pages Published by Third Millennium Pubns (August 8,
2001) ISBN 0971187800
(The previous edition of Doctors Re-examine Circumcision was called is Say No to
Circumcision, ISBN 0934061300,128 pages, 8.5 x
10, Hourglass Book Publishing)
Marked In Your Flesh: Circumcision From Ancient Judea To Modern America
by Leonard B. Glick
With comprehensive and academic coverage of the history of circumcision
in Judaism this book makes the case against continuing the practice of
circumcision in Judaism.
Hardcover, 370 pages Published by Oxford
University Press (June, 2005) ISBN 019517674X
||A Surgical Temptation : The Demonization of the Foreskin and the Rise of Circumcision in Britain
by Robert Darby
The history of Circumcision in Britain.
Hardcover, 368 pages, Published
by University Of Chicago Press (August 1, 2005) ISBN 0226136450
||A leading pediatrician exposes the myths and
misconceptions of America's most commonly performed surgery,
including little-known religious support for not circumcising,
in this balanced, comprehensive, and compassionate guide that
will change your mind about everything you thought you knew
about this procedure. Discover the six common (and fallacious)
reasons doctors give when recommending circumcision-and a
parent's best counterarguments and responses.
by Hanny Lightfoot-Klein
An excellent book on the history of, and current movements against,
genital mutilations of all kinds. Has one chapter on male circumcision.
Paperback, 224 pages, Published by Authorhouse (February 2003), ISBN
||Circumcision, The Hidden Trauma : How an
American Cultural Practice Affects Infants and Ultimately Us All
by Ronald Goldman
Paperback: 320 pages
Publisher: Vanguard Publications (February 1997)ISBN-10:
Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.5 x 0.9 inches
||Sexual Mutilations: A Human Tragedy
by George C. Denniston (Editor), Marilyn Fayre Milos (Editor)
Hardcover: 237 pages
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (January 15, 1997)
Other Books that may be of interest but that are not endorsed by
I Want My Foreskin
For Giftmas by Carl J. Schutt. This "non-children's"
book lyrically chronicles the journey of a boy searching for the skin
cut from him at birth. After an unsuccessful confrontation with his
parents, and guided by advice from his slain member, he darts to the
mall to tell Santa, "I Want My Foreskin For Giftmas!" Mention NORM
When you order
and 10% of the purchase price will be donated to NORM. ISBN
The Frenular Delta (36K, PDF format).
This paper describes in detail the anatomy and function of the various
parts of the penis and in particular the foreskin.
Anatomy and Histology of
the Penile and Clitoral Prepuce in Primates (189K, PDF format).
This paper describe the anatomy of the foreskin and compares it to
other primates, showing in particular how important it is in humans
and how it differs from other primates.
Whose Body, Whose Rights?
- Examining the Ethics and the Human Rights Issue of Infant Male Circumcision
The award-winning children's rights documentary, is now available for online viewing. This
is the only circumcision-related video that explores important issues not addressed in
other programs and it's now the only video that can be purchased as a DVD, videotape or