The Washington Times
January 15, 2015
Circumcision proposal by CDC drawing detractorsNearly 2,000 postings against the practice The agency did not directly respond to a question about whether its expert-review panel would include anyone who is critical of circumcision. [Will even one of them have a foreskin?] But it said its peer reviewers would be selected because of their expertise in such matters as urology, pediatrics, public health, infant circumcision and prevention of sexually transmitted diseases such as HIV/AIDS. [Foreskin anatomy and function, sexology, ethics?]
Anti-circumcision advocates in Atlanta said on their Facebook page that they are planning a rally Jan. 22 outside the CDC offices to protest the proposal.
“We all know that there are no benefits to the amputation of healthy body parts,” said organizers, including members of Bloodstained Men & Their Friends, who protest while wearing white pants with bright red circles at the crotch.