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Here is the compilation of posts I have made to address my observations, the latest media coverage, pertinent topics, and more. 

—Georganne Chapin, Executive Director

Georganne Chaplin - Intact America
Do You Know… The History of Racism in American Circumcision?

Do You Know… The History of Racism in American Circumcision?

At a time when human dignity is under assault in our nation and institutionally sponsored racial violence is escalating, I want to say that Intact America stands with those fighting for justice. I also want to talk about how racist myths and stigma have been used to...

A silver lining to the COVID-19 pandemic?

In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, the American College of Surgeons released an advisory recommending that that hospitals, health systems and surgeons "thoughtfully review all scheduled elective procedures with a plan to minimize, postpone, or cancel electively...

“Born Complete”: International Hypocrisy Day 2019

by Georganne Chapin On Wednesday, February 6, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) rolled out — with much digital fanfare — International Zero Tolerance Day for Female Genital Mutilation.” After scanning the promo, I’m inspired to suggest a few alternative...

Dear Dr. Remley

CALLING THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS (AAP) TO ACCOUNT  by Georganne Chapin Just about a year ago, after an article published in the journal Pediatrics called for minimizing painful medical procedures in children, Intact America launched a petition. As of last...

Big Change is in the Air

by Georganne Chapin "Movements are composed of people — people who are living their lives and who look up and say, 'This is not fair, this is not right.' They may have been struggling alone, in isolation for some time. But when they come together, and there's a...

Why Intact America Loves Pride

by Georganne Chapin and David Grant Sunday, June 26, Intact America will be rocking an awesome float at NYC Pride. As representatives of a movement that fights for boys’ rights to keep the bodies they were born with, we are proud to join with and be embraced by the...

Promoting the Prepuce

This month, two important pieces appeared in Pediatrics, the official journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). The first is by a group of Danish researchers who found in a large study in Denmark — a society where the foreskin is treated as a valuable body...

American Academy of Pediatrics: End the Pain

The media overlooked an important story late last month that should dramatically change how doctors and hospitals treat newborn babies. On January 25, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) announced a study updating its recommendations on avoiding, minimizing, or...