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January 24, 2013


Oprah protested for endorsing face cream made from foreskins

(Thanks to Unholy Slacker)


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mohel cream?

sigh - one of those situations where you wish both sides could lose...

They're making a mountain out of a mohel

That stuff will make you cockeyed

Firm up that sagging puss.

Thank goodness for stupid posters.
No foresight wanted here.

I guess the project isn't very effective because I'm not aware of the benefits of Canadian foreskin over any other brand.

Then again, I don't really want to be.

Foreskin and seven beers ago....

Well, they ARE soft, right? I'm surprised Michael Jackson didn't graft them onto his face.

Wait ...

Foreskin feels REALLY good. Seriously, it's the best part.

What about fiveskins?

I saw the Canadian Foreskin Awareness Project open for the Alan Parsons Project.

International doctors' organizations condemn the AAP's stance on circumcision. Since the anniversary of the AAP's statement is coming soon (the AAP's statement was made on August 27, 2012), it might be worth it to do a news story about the condemnation of the AAP's statement on infant male circumcision by 38 doctors representing various international medical associations. This is groundbreaking and historic. Why? When was the last time you have heard of so many doctors and their organizations condemning another doctors' organization? I am including a reference to the American Academy of Pediatrics own journal which presents the international condemnation of the AAP:

Cultural Bias in the AAP's 2012 Technical Report and Policy Statement on Male Circumcision

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