Brother K was born in Miami in 1947 and grew up in New Orleans. He studied journalism at the University of Illinois, where he earned his degree in 1969. He protested against circumcision at the California State Capital in 1980, a protest that the Associated Press and other media reported locally and across the nation. In 1986 he changed his name to Brother K in California Superior Court, an act of protest against his circumcision at birth. He formed Bloodstained Men in 2012 and has protested in cities from coast to coast.
David first wore the bloodstained suit in September 2014, and soon thereafter became a regular participant in Bloodstained Men tours around the country. When not on the road, he works on various IT projects in the Boston metro area. David has a master’s degree in Operations Research from Stony Brook University, where he also earned his B.S. in Mathematics. In his free time he enjoys playing the marimba, visiting his nieces and nephews, and using google maps to find good protest locations.
Harry is a retired engineer who has for many years struggled to find better ways to do what should be the easiest thing imaginable: convincing people not to injure their own children. He joined his first Bloodstained Men protest in 2014 and decided then that the on-street and online actions of the organization are the most promising way to protect kids from genital mutilation. Harry joined the Board of Directors in October of 2018.
James is a photographer and videographer, documenting the intactivist movement since 1993. His YouTube channel, Bonobo3D, has over 400 videos dedicated to the issue. He enjoys covering Bloodstained Men protests and interviewing people on the street because every protest and interview yields new ideas and perspectives. James joined the Board of Directors in 2017.
Cassie has been an outspoken intactivist since 2010. She has two children, and has participated in Bloodstained Men & Their Friends street protests in various cities in the Northeast US. Cassie handles press inquiries regarding Bloodstained Men, and also helps to admin the social media pages. She is active as a Pennsylvania State Director for Your Whole Baby.
Carole Anne Babyak
Carole Anne Babyak was born in Rochester, Pennsylvania. She received her university degree in English literature, with a specialty in Romantic Poetry. She protested against circumcision at the California State Capital in 1980, a protest that the Associated Press and other media reported locally and across the nation. She helped conceive and implement Bloodstained Men as a non-profit in 2014.