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FORESKIN – The Future Never Felt So Good

On February 8, 2018, Intaction completed the photo shoot for a new and groundbreaking foreskin awareness campaign. Photographer Michael Luppino, with Intaction’s Anthony Losquadro acting as art/creative director, shot the graphic content at S.A. Studios NYC, using a special large format equipment. We are taking steps to complete the new campaign in preparation for the debut of the campaign on April 12, 2018 at Union Square NYC.


Intactivism 2.0, or what we also call the “Foreskin Revolution,” is a well thought out strategy of promoting the adult benefits of foreskin. Intactivism 2.0 moves beyond the well-worn debate over circumcision, and promotes foreskin as a lifestyle choice – even for men that may not have a foreskin.

We hope to shift public perception to view foreskin as something special and desirable. We will promote foreskin as fun, sexy, and sensual.

Now the key to the campaign is the branding and storytelling. This campaign has been created with expert input on advertising strategy.


Now that you understand how a foreskin positive strategy can be the future of intactivism, if you believe in it, then you need to support this campaign. We have all the pieces in place to make this happen. BUT – we need your support and generosity to make this campaign a reality. By donating for this campaign, you can proudly say you were part of the effort that created it. Please donate and support the FORESKIN REVOLUTION

Join us in this new beginning for American foreskin advocacy.

2 Responses to "FORESKIN – The Future Never Felt So Good"

  • William Moore
    February 22, 2018 - 5:27 am Reply

    Any information and new techniques of non surgical FORESKIN restoration. the Internet seems to be overinundated with methods and devices some truly unusual and others very bizzare. My partner is trying to restore his FORESKIN and even though I’m INTACT I feel for him and I’m in this with him and hopefully since this movement has been going on for a few years there are new methods and devices that work, any ideas? I’d welcome all feedback, suggestions. Surgery is expensive, the results are iffy and it’s expensive and not covered by medical insurance as it’s ‘cosmetic surgery’. What load of BULLS**T. If this is cosmetic, why can a very buxom woman get a beast reduction under this guise that her very large breasts cause posture problems, while am and who had this butchery done to him when he was an infant and he’s sexually dysgunctionate as a result of this, where’s the equality here?,

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