This is the Q&A session that followed Eli's presentation.
Eli Ungar-Sargon talks about his experience travelling across North America with his film, Cut.
Mark Reiss, Executive Director of Doctors Opposing Circumcision, discusses the state of the alternative Brit Shalom ceremony in the United States.
Anthropologist Franco Viviani reflects on genital cutting practicies and their anthropological motivations.
Morten Frisch discusses his groundbreaking study on the effects of male circumcision on male and female sexual dysfunction.
Listen as Pediatrician and medical researcher Robert Van Howe demolishes the American Academy of Pediatrics latest position paper on male circumcision.
Dutch Ethicist Gert van Dijk discusses religious freedom and physical integrity.
Frederick Hodges sets the record straight about ancient Egyptian phallic rituals.
In this episode of the Cut Podcast, Eli sits down with sexologist Winston Wilde to talk about a range of issues related to circumcision and sexuality.
Gillian E. Longley presents a detailed analysis of the medical ethics involved in neonatal male circumcision.
This is a recording of the panel discussion and Q&A from the San Francisco screening of Cut. The screening took place at the Ninth Street Independent Film Center.