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About us – Promoting Foreskin

Intaction Inc. is a 501 (c)(3) organization and a registered corporation under the Not-For-Profit Laws of New York State.

Intaction P.O. Box 370599, Brooklyn, N.Y., 11237 USA

1-866-6-FORESKIN (866-636-7375)

Intaction was formed in 2010 with private donations and volunteer assistance to promote the intact body. We seek to achieve our goals through education, advocacy, and activism. We seek to empower our members by providing them a way to get actively involved in the cause of foreskin protection.  Our advocacy has generated significant attention for our core issues.

Our events have included disruptive protests, demonstrations, parental education, and raising general awareness on the issues. We employ print media, social media, mobile outreach, and exhibiting at various public events to engage people with our ideas.

Mission Statement and Beliefs:

That every child has the inalienable right to an intact body. The foreskin is a special and unique part of the body that serves several important functions. The foreskin provides pleasure, protection, lubrication, and connection between people. Both men and women are born with foreskin, hence everyone has a stake in the issue.

Intaction promotes an intact positive message so people understand and value the anatomical and psychological importance of an intact body. We seek to raise awareness on this issue in order to end non-therapeutic medicalized infant circumcision and female genital cutting.

We believe everyone is harmed by genital cutting, including boys & girls, mothers & fathers, and doctors & nurses.

  • Circumcision harms babies due to the stress and trauma from genital mutilation often done with little or no anesthesia.
  • Circumcision harms men due to the trauma, loss of body & genital autonomy, sexual dysfunction, psychological damage, and loss of anatomically functional erogenous tissue.
  • Circumcision affects women due to the loss of sexual function from themselves or from their partners.
  • Circumcision affects parents when they must endure the lifelong grief stemming from the realization of having harmed their child.
  • Circumcision affects doctors & medical staff because many are forced to perform this harmful act to babies against their conscience.

We seek to give those harmed by circumcision the ability to contribute to the cessation of this abhorrent practice. Together we can forge a path to a better world for future generations. All are welcome to join with us.

Intaction Board of Directors

Craig Adams

Aura Bobadilla, Hispanic coordinator

Jonathan Friedman

David Grant

William Kaye

Everett Leiter

Anthony Losquadro

Adam Zeldis


Australian Liaison

Michael Winnel, (Sydney AU)



Anthony Losquadro is the founder and Director of Intaction. He founded the organization in an effort to give children a voice over their body autonomy, and to raise awareness on the importance of an intact body. He says, “Once I understood what our society did to babies I knew this had to be stopped.”

Anthony Losquadro has spoken before the Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Senate Joint Committee about circumcision legislation.

He presented “Maximum Impact” and the Foreskin Revolution, a lecture about strategy and communication, at the 15th International Symposium on Genital Autonomy and Children’s Rights in San Francisco on May 7th 2018. 

He has also been interviewed on the topic of circumcision by the Times-Picayune, NY Post, NY Post/Andrea Peyser, Vice Media, Fox News, BBC WorldService, FUSION Media, She Knows Media, L’Effet Papillon – CANAL+TV (France), Huffington Post, Village Voice, The Daily Beast, Salon.com, Vibe.com, Narrative.ly, El-Diario NY, El Periodico, News 7 Miami, News 23 Miami, Queens Times-Ledger, Broward Palm Beach Times, Popsugar/Babycenter.com, and Arora Free Press.

He has had a varied  career as a Merchant Marine Officer, CEO of a petroleum marketing company, and is currently involved with real estate management. He has served on various boards of directors for local, state, national trade organizations, and community groups.