Brian D. Earp is strongly against FGM, but he doesn’t think the campaign to end genital mutilation should end with females.
Brian Earp believes circumcision is worth talking about. And he would like Mr. Stern and the editors of Slate to know why.
Why aren’t Swazi men jumping at the chance to have their foreskins cut off?
Brian Earp reviews the same data as the American Academy of Pediatrics and arrives at quite a different conclusion.
Brian Earp offers a critical analysis of not just Todd Akin, but also of his critics.
Serious warning: this post contains nudity, images of graphic video-game violence, and detailed descriptions of rape and torture. The intended audience for this post is adults.
If a 10-year-old gets a tattoo, should the mother be arrested? The State of Georgia says “yes.”
Should government powers include the right to assassinate citizens as the way to fight terror? No, says Brian Earp, and here’s why.
A fatal irony: Why the “circumcision solution” to the AIDS epidemic in Africa will increase transmission of HIV.
Choosing one’s own (sexual) identity: Shifting the terms of the ‘gay rights’ debate