The Guardian

The Guardian 23 Jan 2020

Circumcision: 'Penises are a taboo subject'

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In this episode of Modern Masculinity, Guardian journalist Iman Amrani speaks to men about male circumcision. A third of men around the world are thought to have been circumcised with a rate of 8% in the UK and 70% of adult males in the US. Amrani speaks to men in London and New York on either side of the circumcision debate, including the actor and comedian Tom Rosenthal, the mohel Cantor Philip Sherman, who has carried out 20,000 rites, and film-maker Eliyahu Ungar-Sargon


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