Selected Letters Published and Unpublished
"Elvis Presley's Foreskin"
and Other Letters
by John A. Erickson
"I waited for years for someone to say what I thought
should be said. But no one did. So I started saying it myself."
A Suggestion for Settling the Infant Circumcision Dispute Once and for All
Is Infant Circumcision a Moral/Ethical Issue?
Foreskin Deprivation Anxiety: The Secret Torment
Circumciser, Heal Thyself
What "Emotional Harm Affecting a Child Throughout His Life?"
Is There Life After Birth?
The Human Foreskin, Infant Circumcision, and Common Sense: An Open Letter to the American Medical Association
Does Male Circumcision Victimize Women?
Excerpts From Miscellaneous Letters
"The Best Reason to Leave a Baby's Foreskin Intact" and Other Letters
"Feelings Too Violent to Describe"
To Persons of Good Will Who Circumcise Babies
Infant Circumcision: Crime Against Humanity
"Elvis Presley's Foreskin" and Other Letters. 58 letters, 25
excerpts, and three one-page essays. Includes letter to Albert Goldman,
author of Elvis, in response to his reference to Elvis Presley's
intact penis an "ugly hillbilly pecker." Also includes:
Infant Circumcision: Foreskin Amputation by Force
Does Male Circumcision Help Spread AIDS?
Let's Let Everyone Keep Their Genitals Intact for a Happier World.
Making America Safe for Foreskins and "Elvis Presley's
Foreskin" and Other Letters in one volume. 5½ x 8½"
booklet. 40+ pages.
$5 postpaid. Outside U.S. add $2.
Check or money order drawn on U.S. bank payable in U.S. dollars only.
John A. Erickson
1664 Beach Blvd. #216
Biloxi, MS 39531-5351