Celebrities Against Circumcision
Celebrities Against Circumcision is a Facebook page which lists outspoken advocates against genital mutilation of children among the well-known celebrities, using their fame & fortune to promote human rights.
The page has been dedicated to the stars who use their public stance against genital mutilation of children.
Work in progress: The following information does not claim to be complete. More content will be added gradually.
|Pamela Anderson||I chose not to circumcise my sons. I believe we need all our body parts.||Bamboo Magazine|
|Gerard Butler||Howard Stern: "Are you circumcised?" - Gerard Butler: "NO! We don't do that!"||Howard Stern Show|
|Russell Crowe||Circumcision is barbaric and stupid. Who are you to correct nature?||TODAY|
|Alan Cumming||I never thought about my foreskin until I came to America.||The Guardian|
|Christopher Hitchens||It is not right, it is not moral, it is in fact wicked, to submit children to the mutilation of their genitalia, or to anyone without consent.||The Connecticut Forum|
|Joe Rogan||Don't cut baby dicks, it's real simple.||The Joe Rogan Experience|
|Patrick Stewart||I'm not circumcised.||Graham Norton Show|
- Facebook page. Retrieved 25 May 2021.
Free-Spirited Mama: Pamela Anderson on Homebirthing, Intuition and Motherhood as a Balancing Act(archive URL), Bamboo Magazine. Retrieved 25 May 2021.
Actor Gerard Butler and Howard Stern penis talk - why circumcision is wrong !, Howard Stern Show. Retrieved 25 May 2021.
- (10 June 2011).
Russell Crowe: 'Circumcision is barbaric and stupid'(archive URL), TODAY. Retrieved 25 May 2021.
- (29 April 2020).
Alan Cumming: ‘I never thought about my foreskin until I came to America’, The Guardian. Retrieved 25 May 2021.
Christopher Hitchens Circumcision Debate, The Connecticut Forum. Retrieved 25 May 2021.
- (20 January 2020).
Circumcisions Are Unnecessary And They Kill Hundreds of Babies a Year, The Joe Rogan Experience. Retrieved 25 May 2021.
Patrick Stewart on not being circumcised - The Graham Norton Show 2017: Preview - BBC One. Retrieved 25 May 2021.