A little intactivist history on the 18th anniversary of the first intactivist march on Washington, DC

Everytime I hit the publish button on this blog, I get a big thrill knowing I’m speaking truth to whomever it is out there reading. I always hope power is reading. Whether that’s true or not, I’m also aware of the community we all create by supporting each other in this endeavor to expose, reveal, and if we can, shame those who sublimate their own pain by picking up or encouraging others to pick up a knife and carve on a blameless infant’s penis.

So tomorrow, I will rest on the Lord’s day even though I don’t personally believe in any Lord because if there were one, we’d all live a lot more peacefully. (Yes, I just blamed God by denying his existence. Write a thesis.) Now enjoy a little intactivist history from 2001 and I’ll be back Monday with something outrageous or heartening. We’ll see what the weekend brings.

About David Wilton

fronterizo, public defender, intactivist, gay
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1 Response to A little intactivist history on the 18th anniversary of the first intactivist march on Washington, DC

  1. James Loewen says:

    You can be assured “power” is reading this blog as its the best blog on HIV and circumcision. This is one of the sanest voices raised against the widespread medical fraud of genital surgery without consent, and genital surgery forced by circumcised westerners upon Africans.

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