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Infant Circumcision is Rape


Important News: FBI Changes Its Definition of Rape to Include Male Victims

The FBI recently changed its longstanding policy that only recognized rape as a crime affecting women, a change that will bring more accurate counts of male rape and provide better resources to victims.

“Now that the American legal definition of rape has been more broadly and properly defined as any kind of “forced penetration”, the first step in the surgical rape (aka circumcision) of an infant male’s genitals, the severely painful insertion of a stainless steel probe under the foreskin (which in infancy is still fused to the glans, much like a fingernail to the nail bed) will have to also be considered rape. This is exactly what forced genital cutting of children is, rape.” -Courtesy of James Loewen

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