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Sexual Mutilation and the Moral Order - Part 1-4

This information was presented in a lecture in the University of Keele (UK) at the 10th Symposium of NOCIRC 4 September 2008.

Michel Hervé Navoiseau-Bertaux
Michel Hervé Navoiseau-Bertaux

(PARIS) - (Editor's note: Michel Hervé Navoiseau-Bertaux is's original anti-circumcision writer. Hailing from Paris, France, Michel, who uses the name 'Sigusmund,' is a non-stop force for the rights of the child in our modern age where somehow, routine mutilation of the sexual organs is commonplace. Males who are circumcised are in essence, "sexually handicapped" because they lose 30% of the tissue that is sensitive to sexual contact. This is an ancient religious practice that historically, affected Jews and Muslims. The practice became routine in the United States in the 20th century and is rapidly declining as a practice. It takes little explanation to turn people around in their perception of this societal disorder)

Below are the links to the 4 videos of Michel Hervé Bertaux-Navoiseau's paper about sexual mutilation: "Sexual mutilation and the moral order"

This information was presented in a lecture in the University of Keele (UK) at the 10th Symposium of NOCIRC 4 September 2008.

The text has been approved by Mrs. Najaud-Belkacem, spokeswoman of the French government, and quoted by Jean-Pierre Rosenczveig, President of the children court of Bobigny and member of the International bureau of the rights of the child, in his 7 July 2012 article against excision and circumcision.

Michel Hervé Navoiseau-Bertaux (Sigismond) is the author of "Sexual mutilation: excision, circumcision, the victims' point of view", for free at; he is an Independent psychoanalysis researcher (Chercheur indépendant en psychanalyse) based in Paris, France, who works with to help raise awareness of the massive societal problems connected to the blindly accepted, mutilating practice of circumcision. He says, "Non violence is as fundamental as violence, love and hatred, justice and injustice. But power is at the tip of the tongue and the sweet violence of speech, if one takes hold of it, can silence weapons."



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