By Diana Hsieh
In a past Rationally Selfish Webcast, I discussed circumcision and religious freedom. The question was:
Should circumcision be banned? Residents of San Francisco were supposed to vote on a ballot measure that would have banned circumcision, except in cases of medical necessity. (It was struck from the ballot by a judge due to conflicts with state law.) Since circumcision is an millennia-old religious rite for Jews and regarded as essential to their covenant with God, would a ban on circumcision violate the principle of freedom of religion?Here's the video of my answer:
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