Dr. John Clapper continues to circumcise children, while Dr. Jumana Nagarwala has been arrested and prevented from doing so. Why is Clapper allowed and Nagarwala not?
The fake “gender pay gap” is now a target of the government and Google is now the testing ground for that feminist myth vs. constitutional freedom.
A man talks about his experience being raped by a female when he was nine and the ensuing reaction of an indifferent world.
On the contrary, Dr. Scranton is not “very knowledgeable” about the unnecessary harm and risk she brings to the patients she violates without their consent.
“In a complicated, sometimes frustrating medical environment, my job is to give the best care possible and advocate for my patients.”
Certainly not the “best care possible” from the patient’s point of view.
The doctor should really ask himself if the patient whom he just circumcised actually wanted this mutilation and if the boy is glad you took that choice away from him.
Kay unknowingly reveals that circumcision was done to minimize pleasure for men and boys when she shames intactivists in their quest for “erotic freedom,” believing male sexual pleasure would discourage “ethical mating”. I think that’s what feminism and the family courts are doing, not the foreskin.
“Women’s healthcare including IUD and Nexplanon placement; pediatric care including circumcisions.”
So, they make sure that no stranger is able to kidnap and possibly injure the infant and interrupt the scheduled mutilation of the males by a different stranger. One who gets paid.
Too bad the doctor sullies himself by mutilating baby boys’ genitals along with curing disease and treating harmful conditions.
This vintage radio clip from the ’90’s of Mel Feit of the National Center for Men vs. comedienne and feminist Joy Behar shows how far we’ve come, as you’ll notice Behar laughs off Mel and any notion of male discrimination.
The Hillsborough Medical Centre website claims that the doctors provide “high quality, comprehensive healthcare,” but all they appear to do is mutilate infant boys’ genitals, which is not necessary, comprehensive or caring.