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San Francisco Pride Celebration Booth

Date: 
Saturday, June 29, 2013 -
12:00pm to 6:00pm
Sunday, June 30, 2013 -
11:00am to 6:30pm
Location: 
Booth K15, United Nations Plaza
Address: 
San Francisco

Bay Area Intactivists will have a booth at the San Francisco Pride Celebration to answer questions and provide resources related to the care of intact children, the damage of circumcision, and the techniques available for non-surgical foreskin restoration. Join us for this FREE event to learn why all individuals, regardless of gender, have a human right to genital integrity and consider marching in our contingent in the San Francisco Pride Parade on Sunday.

Members of Bay Area Intactivists pose in front of their 2012 San Francisco Pride Celebration booth.

Forced genital cutting a topic at Sunday Streets Berkeley

Members of the group Bay Area Intactivists staffed a booth at Sunday Streets Berkeley to raise awareness of the human right of all individuals to be protected from non-consensual, non-therapeutic, genital cutting such as routine infant circumcision. A variety of literature available at the booth covered topics such as damage caused by male circumcision, peaceful alternatives (such as Brit Shalom) to the ritual genital cutting of children, and issues of forced genital cutting faced by intersex individuals.

Bay Area Intactivists members Frank McGinness and Tina Kimmel speak to a booth visitor at Sunday Streets Berkeley.

Intactivists return to Castro Street Fair

Bay Area Intactivists staffed a booth at the 2012 Castro Street Fair. Intactivists have become a familiar sight at this annual event and their message advocating the human right of all individuals to be protected from genital mutilation was well received. A variety of literature, stickers, and bracelets were freely available to those who visited the Bay Area Intactivists booth.

Bay Area Intactivists members Frank McGinness, Jonathon Conte, and Lloyd Schofield staff their booth at the 2012 Castro Street Fair.

Intactivists debunk circumcision myths at San Francisco baby fair

The Herbst Pavilion at Fort Mason was abuzz with new and expecting parents last Sunday during the San Francisco Birth & Baby Fair. Among the childcare product and service exhibitors was Bay Area Intactivists, a local human rights organization working to end infant circumcision.

Members of Bay Area Intactivists speak with visitors to their table at the San Francisco Birth & Baby Fair.

Sunday Streets Berkeley Booth

Date: 
Sunday, October 14, 2012 -
11:00am to 4:00pm
Address: 
Shattuck Ave (between Hearst Ave and Francisco St), Berkeley

Bay Area Intactivists will have a booth at Sunday Streets Berkeley to answer questions and provide resources related to the care of intact children, the damage of circumcision, and the techniques available for non-surgical foreskin restoration. Join us for this FREE event to learn why all individuals, regardless of gender, have a human right to genital integrity!

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Books, bracelets, and stickers cover a Bay Area Intactivists table at a street fair.

Folsom Street Fair: leather, bondage, and intactivism

Although devoid of paddles, latex, and scantily clad models, the Bay Area Intactivists booth remained busy throughout the day during the Folsom Street Fair last Sunday in San Francisco. The human rights advocates were present to raise awareness of genital cutting practices (such as infant circumcision) that are performed without consent or medical necessity.

Members of Bay Area Intactivists stand together at their Folsom Street Fair booth in San Francisco.

Intactivists receive warm welcome at Palo Alto birth fair

It was a warm and sunny day for those attending the Birth and Family Fair that took place yesterday at All Saints' Episcopal Church in Palo Alto. The free event was bustling with famlies and couples who showed up to attend educational sessions and to explore variety of childbirth products and services highlighted at the fair.

Members of Bay Area Intactivists prepare to greet attendees of the Birth and Family Fair in Palo Alto.

Solano Avenue strollers schooled on circumcision

Several members of the human rights group Bay Area Intactivists staffed a booth yesterday at Solano Avenue Stroll, an annual street fair that takes place in Berkeley and Albany. Music from the festival filled the air as the intactivists distributed literature, stickers, and their signature orange bracelets to visitors of their booth over the course of the eight-hour event.

Members of Bay Area Intactivists stand together at their Solano Avenue Stroll booth.

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