The Joy of Uncircumcising
|Title||The Joy of Uncircumcising|
|Subtitle||Exploring Circumcision: History, Myths, Psychology, Restoration, Sexual Pleasure, and Human Rights|
|Edition||2nd edition (September 1, 1994)|
|Publisher||Hourglass Book Pub|
The Joy of Uncircumcising! - Exploring Circumcision: History, Myths, Psychology, Restoration, Sexual Pleasure, and Human Rights is a comprehensive looks at the practice and history of both circumcision and foreskin restoration. The book covers the anatomy of the penis and foreskin, the history of circumcision both religious and secular, the effects of circumcision both physical and psychological, and finally foreskin restoration, including various methods men can use to restore their foreskins.
|“||Bigelow's book is...an important statement on a theme about which little is usually said, and on which most of us are ignorant. (British Journal of Urology)|
About the Author
Jim Bigelow, Ph.D.[a 1], has led a diverse professional life as a professor, therapist, clergyman and author. He earned his doctorate in psychology at Claremont Graduate School and served as a Professor of Psychology at Whittier College. He has also lectured abroad extensively and pastored several Evangelical churches. Jim founded and is the director of UNCIRC. He is the father of two grown children and lives with his wife in California.
- CIRP: The joy of uncircumcising
- The joy of uncircumcising: A decade later - By George Hill, Doctors Opposing Circumcision (D.O.C.)
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