Yes, you read that right. People who strap down innocent, unconsenting babies and sexually and physically assault them with a knife want you to believe they are civil rights champions and are against sexual assault.
Narvaez points out that everyone has a right to bodily autonomy and self-determination, and that the only person qualified to make the medical decision is “the owner of the penis, as he is the one going to have to live with the results, not his parents.”
…from the ‘isn’t it obvious’ department, we see the heading “What Adult Patients and Parents Say About Us…”
“Brilliant customer service. I would definitely recommend this service to family and friends.”
What’s obvious is that the infant patients involved can’t give their say about being strapped down and permanently mutilated, and I suspect they wouldn’t be so welcoming and grateful.
Leaving him intact is so much easier, safer, cheaper, humane, logical, ethical, and better for his future sex life and health. And, after all, he can choose circumcision for himself at some point – although you’ll say he probably won’t – and I say, EXACTLY.
“Two-faced” is just one way to describe people who’s Strategic Intent is to “put the experience & voice of the child at the centre” and then go ahead and mutilate those children’s genitals for no medical reason, and certainly without the child’s voice being heard.
Dr. Tarr must think of a baby boy as a dog needing to be fixed, just an animal with no human rights or self-determination.
Coming out later this year is a documentary as important and ground-breaking as “The Red Pill,” and will be the equivalent game-changer for intactivists worldwide.
Doctor, when you say “you decide what you want,” does that apply to the most precious and vulnerable of us all, infants? For them it’s ‘we decide, you lie there and submit.’
Did he really say he has a “special interest in Men’s Health?” “Special” as in amputating normal tissue of men-to-be?
Can we agree infant boys should have the same protection as animals, and heaven forbid, girls?
Dr. Rurik, “quality health care” does not include routine genital mutilation.
When you ritually and routinely circumcise a baby, you’re not “treating” the child or preventing “disease,” you’re abusing and mutilating him.