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A nonprofit group called Bloodstained Men & Their Friends protest newborn circumcision by wearing white pants with a red stain at the crotch. Some of the group's members are expected to join a protest at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Jan. 22, 2015 over its recommendation that health care providers be more proactive in discussing circumcision with parents of baby boys and "at-risk" heterosexual teens and men who aren't circumcised. (Photo courtesy of Bloodstained Men & Their Friends)

A nonprofit group called Bloodstained Men & Their Friends protest newborn circumcision by wearing white pants with a red stain at the crotch. Some of the group's members are expected to join a protest at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Jan. 22, 2015 over its recommendation that health care providers be more proactive in discussing circumcision with parents of baby boys and "at-risk" heterosexual teens and men who aren't circumcised. (Photo courtesy of Bloodstained Men & Their Friends)

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