Our protest out side the British Medical Association’s annual representatives meeting in Belfast. Interactions with the delegates was for the most part friendly and supportive; most of the delegates who don’t share the views of MDC just walk past and don’t engage.
In this presentation to the National Secular Society medical ethicist Brian Earp argues that it is only by protecting all children from non-medical genital cutting that society will end the practice of Female Genital Mutilation.
Presenter – Tommi Paalanen, Executive Director of the Sexpo Foundation in Helsinki Finland.
“I am a philosopher and a sexologist, whose major interests are in sexual ethics and politics, professional ethics, diversity and commercial sex.”
For more information about Sexpo, which stands for “sex politics” or “sex positive” visit Sexpo’s web site.
Barrister James Chegwidden takes us through the English Court’s current views on genital autonomy. The presentation was given at Keele University, September 2016. This video is essential viewing for anyone interested in child protection and the Family Courts in particular.
Presentation by Brian Earp on the topic of non-therapeutic male circumcision, examining; cultural bias, medical ethics and harm. How do you assign values to benefits and risks? The talk was given to the 23rd Congress of the World Asociation for Sexual Health. In Prague on Monday 29th May 2017