Two views on San Fransico’s proposed ban on circumcisions
Michael De Dora
Posted on June 10, 2011
As you might have already heard, San Francisco residents will vote on a proposal this November to make it a criminal offense to perform a circumcision on a male under the age of 18. This has sparked debate between secularists over whether they should support or reject the measure. Here are two views on the issue:
– Ron Lindsay, CEO and president of the Center for Inquiry, says secularists should not support the ban.
– Tom Flynn, executive director of the Council for Secular Humanism, says secularists should support the ban.