The practice of infant male circumcision has been debated by legal and medical experts for years. The practice, once seen as a social norm, has come under opposition by children’s rights, legal, and medical organisations around the world. In order to meet the requirements of international treaty law and allow infant male children the fullest opportunity for self determination, infant male circumcision must be treated under the law and by medical practitioners with the same degree of opposition that female genital mutilation has received.
Paul Jerome McLaughlin, Jr., Journal of Medical Law and Ethics, Volume 4, Number 1, March 2016, pp. 23-38 (16).