Group travels to Sioux Falls to spread awareness about infant circumcision
A group traveling across the Midwest protesting infant circumcision stopped in Sioux Falls on Tuesday.
The California-based group called Bloodstained Men has been traveling from city to city raising awareness about circumcision.
You may have seen them on city streets Tuesday afternoon.
Members of the group said the act of circumcision is a social epidemic, which has drawn criticism from around the world.
"That's unacceptable for a free nation like the United States," Brother K said. "Our boys deserve the same rights as men in the rest of the world, that is to have normal intact bodies, so we are protesting on every corner that we can in the United States."
The group's next stop is Rapid City.
The Bloodstained Men travel to about 60 cities every year.