Thursday, December 14, 2006

The Bris of Good Hope

Judaism teaches we are to ritually circumcise our little yelidim days after they enter the world. While some say it is cruel or inhuman or whatever, it is a tradition and seems now to be backed up with some facts to say it isn’t such a bad idea after all.

The new NIH study says that nippin’ the tip helps stop the HIV from spreading during heterosexual intercourse. Check out the study. But now, with such a rush to the mohel, who better to teach this ancient lesson than the Jews? Cause even though this picture is informative, it doesn’t come with the Rosetta Stone or cotton swabs.

But Jews be careful! Still put on your kippah of love before you do the double daven!

In the News: (Choose this one for the most creative title) Snip may cut HIV infections

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