Vernon Quaintance is a circumcision promoter—connected to doctors and Wikipedia editors—who was arrested after caught with child porn. 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."
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.
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Brad Sherman (congressman) and CA State Assemblyman Mike Gatto are trying to pass measures that decree infant circumcision is "medically beneficial." The slogan on Sherman's webpage says he's "Serving the San Fernando Valley." The circ rate is below 20% in San Fernando; Sherman isn't representing his district.
Barbara Kay is a columnist who recently published a news article in the National Post called "A painless live-saving surgery" where she said intact males just want to sleep around.