For Immediate Release: 9/26/2021
(PHILADELPHIA, PA) – The Bloodstained Men & Their Friends have something to say: Everyone has a right to their own body.
The Bloodstained Men will share this message on the streets of Pennsylvania during their 15-day protest tour. The human rights protest – and its attention-grabbing aesthetic featuring bloodstained men – will be at Temple University in Philadelphia on Wednesday, September 29th, and will continue through Allentown on Thursday, September 30th and Wilkes-Barre on Friday, October 1st. Please see the full protest schedule.
Pennsylvanians will be peacefully educated by activists including victims of genital cutting. The public will be reminded that babies whose genitals are mutilated as infants grow up to be men who are speaking out about what was done to their penis before they could defend themselves. Passersby will be faced with the basic, undeniable human rights argument against the routine genital cutting of children: the foreskin is a healthy, valuable body part that belongs solely and entirely to the child. It is unnecessary, cruel, damaging, and ethically unacceptable to remove a healthy body part from a person who is incapable of consent.
The intactivist message is gaining traction in the mainstream media. Recently Tosh.0 featured an extended interview with Bloodstained Men & Their Friend‘s Founder and Co-director Brother K, reaching millions worldwide with the irrefutable argument for bodily autonomy. Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang aligned himself with the intactivist message. The Bloodstained Men have received diverse, significant media coverage of their highly visible protests, having been featured on public radio, the evening news, and just about everything in between. The Bloodstained Men have a prolific and educational social media presence including millions of shares and comments. The horror of infant circumcision really gets people talking.
Bloodstained Men & Their Friends is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to giving victims of genital cutting a voice and to educating Americans about the harms of infant circumcision and the importance of the foreskin. Our bloodstained suit serves as an arresting visual reminder that circumcision affects its victims for life. When a baby boy is circumcised, so is the man he will become. Please visit:
https://www.facebook.com/BloodstainedMenTheirFriends and http://www.bloodstainedmen.org
All are welcome at our peaceful protests. The full tour schedule can be found on our website or at https://www.facebook.com/PennsylvaniaCircumcisionCrisisProtests. We encourage attendees to wear the Bloodstained Suit.
For more information please attend a protest or contact press secretary Carole Anne Babyak at email@example.com or call/text press spokesman Harry Guiremand at 808-639-9362.