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Anti-circumcision group demonstrates in Little Rock

Posted By on Wed, Apr 6, 2016 at 1:57 PM

click to enlarge CIRCUMCISION PROTEST: In LR today. - AARON REDDIN
  • Aaron Reddin

Yes, that was a small group of men demonstrating against child circumcision at University and Markham today.

They are from a group called Blood Stained Men.

I'd had a warning they were coming from a Little Rock resident who ran into their protest a few days ago in Shreveport.

Demonstrators held signs some even wore bloodstained suits for a dramatic effect.

The group's Facebook page notes their goal is to raise awareness about what they describe as "the horrors of infant circumcision."

The non-profit organization says it is dedicated to educating Americans about the importance of the foreskin. 
Want some medical science on the debate? Here's the Mayo Clinic.

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