Joe Rogan talks circumcision- "I think it's stupid..."




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Published on Mar 25, 2012

This video includes an excerpt from the Joe Rogan Experience Podcast #196 - Date: 03/14/2012

Description - Joe Rogan discusses and gives insight to topics related to circumcision - including circumcision quackery, religious "rituals" and cosmetic genital cutting of boys.

THANK YOU Joe Rogan for being so candid in this moment - exposing the truth about how unethical the practice of religious and non-religious cosmetic genital cutting of healthy boys is and how these traditions need to end.

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For more information on circumcision please see the 30 minute presentation filmed last year (2011) at Georgetown University entitled "Child Circumcision - An Elephant in the Hospital" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ceht-3...

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Full content of JRE podcast #196 can be found via the following - http://www.joerogan.net/


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