This is a change that is going to come about and it is going to come about rather rapidly. There are two ways that it can happen, either by cultural change or by legislative change. Cultural change will leave room for ritual circumcision and at the worst will take the pressure off of Jewish parents to follow the ritual. The other course of action is legislative change and if that happens, there will be no room for ritual circumcision.
More and more, I see Jews taking a hard line in this issue and fighting the cultural change tooth and nail. The more successful they are, the more likely that this will be done by legislative change which will leave no wiggle room for ritual circumcisions. A prime example of this is the recent protest by Jews against NOCIRC having a table at the recent Le Leche League convention. The Jewish protesters threatened a boycott of the convention if NOCIRC had a table. As a result, NOCIRC's fee was returned and they were not allowed to participate. This type of tactic will have a very negative impact on the views of non-Jews of Jews and will notch up the fight instead of stopping it.
The best course of action for the interests of Jews will be to suport us in making a cultural change, leaving the ritual free of legislative restrictions. This is what has happened in all other formerly circumcising countries. Because it is only Jews and Muslims (for the most part) that are circumcising, it is a non-issue and highly unlikely there will ever be a legislative restriction in those countries.
Basically what I am saying is if you want to keep your ritual, either join us in stopping it for all others or decline to participate in the discussion. This will foster a cultural change and will not percipitate a legislative change. Continuing to debate the issue is likely to cause a backlash against Jews or ritual circumcisions and I don't think either of us want that.