Many of you are familiar with Brian Morris. He is a fanatical pro-cutting man with a circumfetish like no other. He and his close companions are rampantly posting false claims and outright lies on the internet and their website (which we'll purposefully not link here because the more 'hits' he gets, the higher up the search engine it goes).
This first video is a parody of his fanatical campaign to circumcise the world. It uses a short but powerful scene from the Academy Award nominated movie, "Downfall" (Der Unterang, 2004). [Warning: There are curse words that flash on the screen.] The RACP (Australia's version of the U.S. AAP) directly refutes Morris' circumfetish claims, and has stated outright that the decision to remain intact or cut or modify one's OWN genitals should be left exclusively to a young man to decide once he reaches an age of consent.
Please beware of Morris' outlandish lies on his websites and Facebook and Twitter posts. He loves to couch myths in ways that at first seem to be research-based. He frequently mis-quotes the CDC, AAP, RACP, and other medical groups that he can employ. The majority of those who have circumcised their son(s) after "researching" circumcision, quote Morris' sites and his false claims as their "research material." His fascination with cutting baby boy's penises is downright scary and something we need to be aware of in this day and age when information is readily shared via web - information that often includes myths and misconceptions pushed by those in circumfetish circles.
It should be noted that Brian Morris' website links to 8 circumfetish websites, and 7 websites that sell devices to perform circumcision surgery on your own. He is a member of the Gilgal Society, a group that publishes circumcision pornography, including circumcision fan-fiction stories of children being given wine and asked to masturbate while being circumcised.[3-4] If there is one site you should not be referencing in your attempt to thoroughly research the prepuce, intact care, and circumcision, it is Morris'.
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1. Morris, Brian J. (2007-08-29). "Circumcision Websites & Online Discussion Groups" circinfo.net. Retrieved 2011-03-06. Archive: http://web.archive.org/web/20070829145507/circinfo.net/circumcision_websites_online_discussion_groups.html
2. Morris, Brian (2007). Vernon Quaintance. ed. Sex and circumcision: What every woman needs to know.. London, England: Gilgal Society. http://www.circinfo.net/pdfs/GFW-EN%200712-1.pdf.
3. Thomas, A. (2005). "Case histories and experiences of circumcision". In Vernon Quaintance. Circumcision: An Ethomedical Study. Fourth Edition. London, England: The Gilgal Society. pp. 191. EMS-EN 0304-2. http://www.circleaks.org/images/d/d6/Gilgal_porn.pdf
4. Shaw, Tony. "Circumcision, an ethnomedical study: A review by Tony Shaw". Gilgal Society. Gilgal Society. http://www.gilgalsoc.org/b_reviews/ethnomed.html. Retrieved 2011-02-28.
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