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Perhaps a reader can tell us whether cliterectomy is a religous or cultural practice? If the former, why would it not be protected as well?

You can't make this stuff up.

Finally, an elected official with skin in the game!

When you take away part of someone's body, you take away part of their life. 
A boy's right to his own body, his right to life, is a more fundamental right, and must take precedence over, the right of others, including his parents, to freely exercise their religion on his body. 

For obvious reasons, Sherman’s bill is NOT called the “Religious[, Human, and Children's] Rights Defense Act".