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Contexte général
Champs d’action Lutte contre la circoncision
Zone d’influence Drapeau : Royaume-Uni Royaume-Uni
Fiche d’identité
Fondateur John Warren
Fondation 1994
Site web

NORM-UK (National Organization of Restoring Men) est une association britannique dont le but est de lutter contre la circoncision.




  • Care of the Intact Infant Penis
  • Phimosis
  • Foreskin Tightness
  • Alternatives to Circumcision
  • Restoration in Focus, produit par le Dr. Peter Ball

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Notes et références

  1. Film Star Wants the Foreskin to be with you, NORM-UK, 2007-06-11. Consulté le 2008-02-05
  2. Cutting comments: the foreskin debate, The Times, 2007-11-04. Consulté le 2008-02-05
  3. Jerome Burne, « The cruellest cut of all », The Independent, 2004-09-28. Consulté le 2008-02-05
  4. NORM-UK welcomes Professor Jack Cohen, NORM-UK, 2009-09-14. Consulté le 2009-09-14

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Voir aussi

  • Controverse sur la circoncision

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