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Celebrating Phallos

Healing Men and Culture
  • Joe Zoske

Abstract

Poetry speaks a different language. It communicates to the heart and captures an essence of experience that is more spirit than mind. Poetry and the other creative arts add an important voice to the chorus of those speaking out against circumcision. They bring culture and science together. In this exploration of culture and male circumcision, a place for poetry is identified.

Keywords

Male Circumcision Male Body Moral Courage Bantam Book Cultural Gender 
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© Kluwer Academic / Plenum Publishers, New York 1999

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  • Joe Zoske

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