The casual observer landing on Brian Morris‘ website (circinfo.net) may believe that it is in fact “an evidence-baised appraisal”. However, as one advances through it, one can’t stop but wonder why Brian Morris includes links on his website to a circumfetish page.
A circum… what?
Yes, a circumfetish website. A page to share circumcision-themed erotica, often involving forced circumcisions, sexual acts during circumcisions, often involving minors, and other similar smut.
Could it be an oversight? A site that changed after Professor Morris initially linked to it?
No. In fact the link has existed for years on Morris’ website, and the page itself has existed for years as it is, known by many who are aware of Morris’ darker links.
The page says it was created for the “benefit of the circlist members” and “not aimed at the general public”. One would wonder why.
We will not reveal the “secret password”, but let’s take a look at this dark side.
Links and resources page, on Brian Morris’ website.
Notice link #16.
When we click on link #16, a new tab opens:
We clicked on the last link (images) and entered the password. (We will not reveal the password at this time)
We clicked on one of the “stories”. Notice this one is about a 15 year old whose dad “needs” to have him circumcised and then goes on to tell the story of dad’s own forced circumcision during adolescence. We don’t need to see it all. We already feel dirty reading this garbage.
Now, given how meticulous Brian Morris is with his references, can anyone think that it is an accident that his website has included a link to a password protected circumcision fetish website describing forced circumcisions, sexual acts during circumcisions involving minors and similar trash, for years?