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Foreskin Man’s Fashion Sense

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(Ravi Joshi/Tablet Magazine)

Winner gets a free Nextbook Press book appropriate to his or her comment (provided he or she emails me at with his or her mailing address).

This week’s winner is “Jim,” who wondered, in reference to the eponymous hero of the anti-circumcision (and anti-Semitic) comic strip Foreskin Man, “Shouldn’t Foreskin Man be wearing a turtleneck?” (He made this comment before Russell Crowe decided to wage war against circumcision in similar terms.)

Jim gets a copy of Melvin Konner’s The Jewish Body, since he seems to know so much about the non-Jewish one.

The Jewish Body [Nextbook Press]
Earlier: When Anti-Circumcision Turns Anti-Semitic

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Let’s see if Foreskin Man has the balls to criticize the Islamic community.


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Foreskin Man’s Fashion Sense

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