Stop Infant Circumcision Society
Collection of Cartoons and Satire

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a color animated baby in a blue diper wiggling around laughing (has to be intact)A color cartoon with the caption on top of the cartoon stating " A boy should look his father "  featuring a farther and his boy both wearing a red shirt, green pants, brown shoe and each have a blue eye, brown hair and white skin along with one hand and one hook one foot/leg and one peg for a leg and one eye patch on each.  The cartoon is animated with the father raising his hooked arm and throwing his hook in the air to create a question mark at the end of the statement.a color animated baby in a blue diper wiggling around laughing (has to be intact)

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A B/W hand drawn cartoon of a new born baby, doctor, mother and nurse.  The doctor is about to mutilate the poor babys genitals when the baby holds up a news papper article with the AAP headline stating " circumcision no longer recommended" screaming STOP! in fear with sweat flying.  The mother says to the nurse in background " He just said his first word!" B/W cartoon of a hospital nursery with 6  male babies in it, a doctor and mother.  All the babies are exited happy moving around with glee in there faces.  A sign on the left hand middle says " Maternity war...circumcision no longer required in this hospital " the on looking mother says " Wow I have never seen so many happy baby boys.  Must be a full moon" then the onlooking doctor proudly states " Belive me, the full moon has NOTHING to do with this!"
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A B/W picture of a intact baby giving "the middle finger" saying " You want to do what to my penis?" remove the foreskin you also remove the ridged band of sexual nerves
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A graphic of the sicsociety logo, a red "no" circle with a line through it with the word "circumcision" with the letter "C" fallen off driping in a pool of blood on the  bottom of the inside circle and the URL wraped around in white lettersa  B/W cartoon of a young person looking at a computer screen surfing the internet thinking " Strange...although I am alone and unique and doomed to solitude, there are 1,179 pages on the subject.
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Mr. Wilsons two headed Volkswagon Van during a protest in DC
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A  satire full color photo of a  small screw with the words over it stating " Screw R.I.C. " and in the lower left hand corner the words " Routine Infant Circumcision " A satire photo of a baby boy having its genitals altered in America - "Happy Birtday in America" writen in "blood" on the picture
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Baby with tattoo
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The revolution has begun.A B/W photo of a man hand writing on a wall in white chalk " STOP GENITAL MUTILATION OF CHILDREN"

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the first SICSOCIETY truckThe new SICSOCIETY roaming truck
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A color picture of a baby "giving" the "midle finger"A color (faked) photo of a baby with a tatoo, and 3 peircing in the nose and lower lip.

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A healthy and happy intact baby eating  cereal A cartoon with moses on the subject of infant genital cuting
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A anti-circ logo of a pink police badge
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