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Re: “Banned Books Reading

"What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Infant Circumcision" by Dr. Paul Fleiss and Dr. Frederic Hodges should have also been mentioned as banned by

Posted by Frank McGinness on 09/11/2012 at 10:16 AM

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Re: “'Big Soda' Argues Oakland's Proposed Tax Will Cut Sales — But Proponents Say That's Exactly the Point

"Tools" are something to be picked up and used or not picked up and used. "Tools" shouldn't be used to hit people's head or their pocket book. Who wants to make the first blow and "be a tool" for either side?

This is a power grab. Money is power grabbed out of our wallets. Stop tip toeing through the tulips of individual choice and freedom and instead EDUCATE about sugar. Start with why did the FDA make "sugar" part of the "food pyramid". This proposed law is dishonest by not addressing the matter (sugar) directly, but indirectly by beverage. Most all prepared food on the store shelf has added sugar. Who adds sugar to vegetables?! Yeck.

My id photo shows I am for individual human rights, meaning rights to whom owns the body. Forcing someone should never be necessary. Who wants to be forced? Right, so education is the answer.

Posted by Frank McGinness on 08/24/2016 at 7:02 PM

Re: “The Icky Boyfriends: "We Still Suck"

I ask people "Do you think it's okay to cut off part of someone's body without their permission?" It's a YES or NO question. There's no middle ground.

It's evil to forcefully cut off 65%-85% of the males sexually charged fine-touch receptors. Leaving it straitjacketed by it's own skin is diabolical.

California's 2011 law AB 768, with only one parent's permission (a 25% chance of keeping one's foreskin), allows this genital mutilation to be forced upon any male to age 18, to be done without medical knowledge, without pain relief, to be done anywhere, with anything. Who made this law? Our now State Board of Equalization member Fiona Ma and assembly member Mike Gatto. There's nothing equal about AB 768.

Circumcision minimizes the breadth and depth of sensation. Cut males find it uncomfortable to have their glans touched after orgasm, but intact males don't experience this negative because they have all of their pleasure receptors to override such unpleasantness. Intact men can just continue to go and go and go. Yes circumcision is a limiter of multi orgasms.

I'm Frank McGinness, non profit member of Bay Area Intactivists and of Bloodstained Men and their Friends, 501c3

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Posted by Frank McGinness on 09/23/2014 at 7:14 AM

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