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Fleiss, P. (2000) Protect your uncircumcised son. Mothering Magazine, 103 (Nov.-Dec.) pp. 40-47.

Goldman, R. (1997). Circumcision: The Hidden Trauma. Boston: Vanguard Publications.

HCIA (1999). Circumcision of American babies declines 11% in just 5 years. Retrieved June 30, 2002 from:



Denniston, G. C., Hodges, F. M., & Milos, M. F. (Eds.) (1999). Male and female circumcision: Medical, legal, and ethical considerations in pediatric practice. New York, NY: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers.

Gallaher, D. (2000). Circumcision: A history of the world's most controversial surgery. New York, NY: Basic Books.

Goldman, R. (1997). Questioning circumcision: A Jewish perspective. Boston, MA: Vanguard Publications.

Pollack, M. (1995). Circumcision: A Jewish feminist perspective. In K. Weiner & A. Moon (Eds.), Jewish women speak out (pp. 171-187). Seattle: Canopy Press.

Ritter, T. J. & Denniston, G. C. (2002). Doctors re-examine circumcision. Seattle: Third Millennium Publishing Co.

Whitfield, H. (Ed.) (1999). British Journal of Urology International, 83, Circumcision Supplement 1.


Dillon, L. (Director), & Hammond, T. (Producer) (1995). Whose body, whose rights? San Francisco, CA: Dillon Wood Productions.

Ellsworth, B. (1994). The nurses of St. Vincents: Saying "no" to circumcision. New York, NY: Fireball Films.

Markuze, K. (Producer and Director) (2002). The 8th day: Examining circumcision. Available from Birthing the Future, Bayfield, CO. .

Nurses for the Rights of the Child (1998). Facing circumcision: Eight physicians tell their stories. Santa Fe, NM: Nurses for the Rights of the Child (

Schonfeld, V. (Director) (1996). It's a Boy! New York, NY: Filmmakers Library.


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