Video by Dr. Dean Edell, MD, titled Circumcision? Make the informed decision. The video covers topics including foreskin anatomy and function, the policy statements of the American Academy of Pediatrics, history of circumcision and other obsolete procedures, and how a circumcision is performed. Video is captioned in Spanish. See the video below:
Dutch journalist/filmmaker Michael Schaap's personal documentary. He learns from interviewing his own mother, circumcisers, politicians, Jews, Muslims, a restored British man, and some American intactivists.
Int@ctivist.com hosts a variety of intactivist videos. The site is small, but it includes some good videos worth watching.
A vlog by a mother-to-be who takes a stand against infant circumcision. The video blog is short, but she makes a very good presentation why infant circumcision should not be done.
She is dead set against circumcision. She admits that male infant circumcision is a controversial topic, but there is no reason to do. Cleaner is a bogus reason because women have no trouble keeping the vagina. Do it to match dad? That is a foolish reason.
She says if the choice is between looking like an anteater or Darth Vader, she thinks the anteater wins because the foreskin protects the glans. With a protected glans, the penis remains most sensitive. She wants to give the best to her children, and that includes them to be happy and have a good sex life.
The Functions of Foreskin (Prepuce) is an educational medical slideshow covering the development and functions of the prepuce (foreskin) from before birth through adulthood. There are no moving images in this documentary, only still pictures and diagrams from medical journals. The terminology used while professional is not incomprehensible to a lay audience.
Non-Surgical Foreskin Restoration video of a television show that aired in Canada. John Antonopoulos from CIRC and Don Kettle from NORM are interviewed. The t-taping method is shown, and general foreskin restoration information is provided.
Routine Infant Circumcision video provided as an educational resource for healthcare professionals and parents/guardians who are interested in learning more about what circumcision entails. Actual surgery on a baby done by a doctor in a hospital is shown, so viewer discretion is advised.
An excerpt from the documentary, Birth As We Know It. The narrator describes the three functions of the foreskin: 1) to protect the internal mucosal tissue of the inner foreskin and the glans, 2) to provide sensory pleasure because the foreskin is erogenous tissue, and 3) to provide the gliding action during sex, which aids both the man and woman during intercourse. The video clip also shows a circumcision being performed on an infant boy.
Ken McGrath, Senior Lecturer in Pathology at the Faculty of Health, Auckland University of Technology and Member of the New Zealand Institute of Medical Laboratory Scientists discusses his research into the neural anatomy of the human penis and the physical damages caused by circumcision.
Child Circumcision: An Elephant in the Hospital is a video by Ryan McAllister, PhD. McAllister presents a lecture for folks on all sides of the male circumcision debate. The video presentation covers circumcision history in the English-speaking world. He replaces the loaded words and terms surrounding the subject -- such as circumcised and uncircumcised -- with more neutral terms such as "genital cutting," and "intact." McAllister presents a fresh look at circumcision.
Today, many Americans think of circumcision as an outdated surgical procedure that is harmful for baby boys. Even still, neonatal male circumcision remains the most common operation carried out in the US today.
Laci Green makes some great YouTube videos. This one is sub-titled Circumcision 101. Laci Green is a woman who recognizes the value of an intact penis.
Laci Green discusses Hygiene, STDs, Religion, Pleasure, Ethics, and Culture with respect to male circumcision. She recognizes that circumcision is a sex-negative practice.
Penis a study of the Human Penis DR JEFF Productions USA
A YouTube video about the penis. The video focuses on the intact (uncut) penis with some information on the circumcised penis. YouTube has age restricted the video because it shows the male sex organ. You may have to log onto YouTube and acknowledge that you are of age to view the video.
Marilyn Milos, R.N., executive director and founder of NOCIRC, discusses normal sexual function of the penis and foreskin and its loss due to circumcision. Marilyn Milos discusses the natural foreskin and how it works with the rest of the penis to make for an exquisite sexual experience.
Her explanation of the natural foreskin is a very illuminating for men who were circumcised at birth and have never learned about normal male anatomy. Marilyn Milos knows more about the penis than most men.
YouTube Video: The Penis - Sex Education 101
A YouTube video describing how to perform a self-check for testicular cancer. Each man needs to check his testicles periodically to feel if there is a change in the shape and contour of each testicle. It is not uncommon for one ball to be larger than the other. But, a firm lump (mass) in one of the testicles is not normal. If a man feels a lump that was not there before or a lump has gotten larger, then a doctor visit is a must.
An endoscopic view of a Photoselective laser vaporization of the prostate (PVP) on a patient with a 100g prostate. The operation was performed by Dr. Gomez Sancha at the Institute of Advanced Urological Surgery, Madrid, Spain. It shows how PVP is a good treatment option also for patients with big prostates. The green light laser us used to remove the prostate tissue surrounding the urethral passage through the prostate. See the video below:
Video explaining the Holmium laser and how a HoLAP (Holmium Laser Ablation of the Prostate) procedure is performed on the prostate. See the video below:
A short video of Dr. Eric Klein describing the green light laser PVP procedure offered in Idaho. He provides basic information on the procedure.
A news video about infant circumcision in the Untied States. The reporter documents that the infants feel pain during circumcision because doctors do not like to use general anesthesia and, instead, use a topical pain relief, which has been proven to be ineffective. The reporter concludes that infant circumcision is unnecessary because there is no medical reason to perform routine infant circumcision.
Photoselective laser vaporization of the prostate (PVP) using an antero-lateral operative technique provides a safe and efficacious approach to the surgical management of prostatic obstruction. Potential advantages include minimal post-operative narcotic requirement and catheterization time, as well as a mean length of stay less than 1 day. See the video below:
Video showing the RevoLix Side Fire and Bare Fibre vaporesection of a prostate. The laser makes short work of the surgery.
A radio interview with Dr. Dean Edell with accompanying images. Dr. Edell describes the harm of circumcision and how circumcising men in Africa who consent to the surgery is different than circumcising infants. Dr. Edell also notes that there are no long term studies of the efficacy of circumcision with respect to preventing HIV. The Africa trials were short term studies.
Restoring Tally is just an ordinary guy who had to confront his prostate and circumcision problems. This site chronicles his journey in dealing with these issues. He has had prostate surgery and he is restoring his foreskin.
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