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Nebus vs Hironimus is a current legal case in South Florida where two parents have a long drawn fight over the genital integrity of their child.
Vernon Quaintance is a circumcision promoter—connected to doctors and Wikipedia editors—who was arrested after caught with child porn. It is alleged that he also molested an 11yo boy. Quaintance is a Circumfetishist who experiences erotic stimulation by watching circumcisions, and trades videos and stories about it with others.
The Gilgal Society, run by photographer Vernon Quaintance, publishes circ propaganda, fetish stories and other materials. They have doctors and researchers among their members. Gilgal is Hebrew for "hill of foreskins." To quote a Gilgal story, "if he wanted to, he could have a quiet wank whilst Neil was being circumcised." After Quaintance's conviction, the Gilgal society's website was taken down and rebranded as Circumcision Help Desk.
Brian Morris is an Australian professor who's never heard a circumcision argument he didn't like. He's a member of the Gilgal Society, wants circ mandated by law, and uses scare tactics to frighten parents into cutting their children. Morris' website links to 8 circumfetish websites/groups, and 7 sites that sell circ devices.
Jake Waskett is a member of Circlist who's made almost 14,000 edits at Wikipedia to show a pro-circumcision bias. He's known to lurk in parenting sites to convince expectant parents to circumcise. Waskett is not a doctor or medical professional of any kind. Waskett is a 34 year old computer software engineer in England.
| Circleaks is now IntactWiki!
We are pleased to present IntactWiki, a website created to merge our former databases at intactipedia.org and circleaks.org. It is our intention to become a one-stop database for intactivist knowledge.
This website aims to become an extensive wiki database for all things related to the movement for genital integrity and the advocacy of basic human rights of healthy, non-consenting minors against medically unnecessary surgery, otherwise known as intactivism.
As of 5/3/2015, we completed the transference of articles from circleaks and intactipedia.On 6/20 we reconfigured the circleaks domain. We will now work on rearranging our site into a cohesive wiki of the genital integrity movement.
As with all wikis, IntactWiki is a work in progress. We strive to make IntactWiki an important information resource for those wishing to find complete information on male, female and intersex genital anatomy, as well as information about genital cutting.
We thank the original viewers at IntactiPedia and CircLeaks for their viewership and support, and we hope they will continue frequenting us.
IntactWiki Staff 6/23/2015
|Did You Know?||In The News|
The "Chief Expert on Circumcision" at the World Health Organization, also just so happens to be the inventor of the AccuCirc circumcision device. The World Health Organization is now endorsing male circumcision in South Africa.
Circumcision research and campaigns are being funded by American money. Last year, President Obama signed PEPFAR, a program that will pay for adult & infant circumcisions. Other programs—like USAID and the NIH—are also funding circumcision campaigns in Africa.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation funds mass circumcision campaigns. The Foundation contributes millions of dollars to nonprofit and for-profit media to help cover issues of interest to the foundation. Not just MSNBC, but also ABC, PBS, and Public Radio, as well as others.
Stephen Lewis headed UNAIDS during their announcement to accept circumcision as a way to fight AIDS. Lewis is Jewish and has said that circumcision is "inspired preventative technology". Lewis is also a feminist and said he'd disown his own children if they disavowed feminism.
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