Darbon Institute Chair Jonathan Meddings has written an article about the drawbacks of the Royal Australasian College of Physician's updated position statement on circumcision.

"Overall, the new RACP position on male circumcision downplays the complications, fails to understand basic anatomy, neglects to mention the functions of the foreskin, and displays a concerning lack of understanding about medical ethics and consent for medically unnecessary cosmetic procedures. It is also clear that no survivors of male genital cutting were consulted in its development, which is totally unacceptable."

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