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Small, professional phamplet about leaving them intact and not retracting.

post #1 of 7
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I posted asking about this before, but really what I got was links to places where I can print off big 8X10 pages about how to care for an intact penis. I want something to take to the hospital with me for nurses and family members that doesnt look super one sided (in the intactivist direction) and is small. Im not looking to hand out tons of lit, but if they ask questions, I just want to hand them a little tract-style thing that basically says "here is why we arent circing Its not recommended, necessary, and as long as you dont retract there shouldnt be any problems." I want something that looks pretty mainstream, surely this exists?
post #2 of 7

The only thing I know of is from nocirc.org, and are pamphlets that you can print if you want.  They are definitely not on the fence though about why circ is bad, so it won't be that criteria of yours.  

 

Sus

post #3 of 7

This dollar-bill sized leaflet is 2-sided color:

 

http://tlctugger.com/images/Intactivism-Leaflet_side1.jpg

 

http://tlctugger.com/images/Intactivism-Leaflet_side2.jpg

 

I'll send you some. 

post #4 of 7

nocirc.org

coloradonocirc.org

luckystiff.org

 

They have some printable stuff.

post #5 of 7


When you find one please let me know, if we can't find one maybe we should create one and make it available to others.  I would really like some info to give to care takers like grandma who ask things like "have you found out how to care for it?" like I had to do something special.

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I posted asking about this before, but really what I got was links to places where I can print off big 8X10 pages about how to care for an intact penis. I want something to take to the hospital with me for nurses and family members that doesnt look super one sided (in the intactivist direction) and is small. Im not looking to hand out tons of lit, but if they ask questions, I just want to hand them a little tract-style thing that basically says "here is why we arent circing Its not recommended, necessary, and as long as you dont retract there shouldnt be any problems." I want something that looks pretty mainstream, surely this exists?


 

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post #7 of 7

To me, the best tri-panel on intact care is Foreskin Care -- A Parent's Guide, also call the "Wee Willy" pamphlet. It is used in hospitals and clinics.

 

foreskin-care-guide.png

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