2010

Genital Autonomy:

Protecting Personal Choice

ISBN: 978-90-481-9445-2 (Print) 978-90-481-9446-9 (Online)

Table of contents (21 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xx

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    Pages 1-13

    “Three-Fourths Were Abnormal”—Misha’s Case, Sick Societies, and the Law

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    Pages 15-38

    Older Minors and Circumcision: Questioning the Limits of Religious Actions

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    Pages 39-47

    These Goalposts Don’t Move: Non-Medical Circumcision of Boys in the Tasmanian and Australian Context

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    Pages 49-59

    Mass Campaigns of Male Circumcision for HIV Control in Africa: Clinical Efficacy, Population Effectiveness, Political Issues

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    Pages 61-66

    AIDS XVII, Mexico City: Reason for Hope or Panic?

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    Pages 67-73

    Circumcision Psychopathology

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    Pages 75-79

    Physical Effects of Circumcision

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    Pages 81-84

    Complications of Circumcision: A Urologist’s Viewpoint

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    Pages 85-94

    NOCIRC of Italy: Scientific Activities 2006–2009

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    Pages 95-96

    A Project About Male Circumcision in the Veneto

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    Pages 97-101

    The First Survey on Genital Stretching in Italy

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    Pages 103-110

    Knowledge and Opinions of North Italian Health Operators About Female Genital Mutilation

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    Pages 111-124

    Stretching of the Labia Minora and Other Expansive Interventions of Female Genitals in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)

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    Pages 125-135

    Preventing Infibulation: Mana Sultan Abdurahman Isse at Merka, Somalia

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    Pages 137-148

    Writing Rites Gone Wrong: Autobiography, Testimonials, and Their Relevance to the Debate Around Genital Alterations

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    Pages 149-165

    The Impact of Neonatal Circumcision: Implications for Doctors of Men’s Experiences in Regressive Therapy

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    Pages 167-187

    Circumcision Memory

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    Pages 189-198

    Foreskin Restoration 1980–2008

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    Pages 199-210

    Restoration: The Foreskin and the American Dream

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    Pages 211-215

    Genital Autonomy: The Way Forward

  22. Back Matter

    Pages 241-252

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