'Foreskin Man' Anti-Circumcision Comic Called Anti-Semitic; Could Sway San Francisco Vote

"Foreskin Man," a controversial comic book by one of San Francisco's anti-circumcision proponents, has driven away would-be supporters of a proposed ban on the practice of removing the foreskin of boys under 18. The comic, which stars "Foreskin Man" as a penis-protecting hero and "Monster Mohel," an Orthodox Jew, as an evil villain, has been called anti-Semitic by religious groups. But creator Matthew Hess says it was designed to provoke and thinks it helps raise awareness of what he and other...Full Story
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