I am not referring to the removal of the clitoris (for those of you who are confused about what female circ is, you should google it).
I wonder how you can classify it any differently than male circumcision- they are both forms of genital mutilation... But one is somehow socially acceptable in the states.
(BTW, the SAME reasons for female circ are sited, religious, cleanliness, aesthetics)
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Answer by SabrinaMBowen at 10:44 PM on Nov. 17, 2010
I'm not sure I understand the question? Removing the clitoris vs removing the tip of the penis?
Compare snipping off a micro of skin on the tip of a penis (which still works very well after) to mutilating a young girl - during the mostw extreme version of FGM - "nothing remains but the walls of flesh from the pubis down to the anus, with the exception of an opening at the inferior portion of the vulva to allow urine and menstrual blood to pass through".
Yup. Totes the same. Except more like - removal of the clit is exactly like making a eunuch. Which, as far as I know, is NOT that common in the states. Or anywhere. Ever.
Answer by Wimsey at 11:12 PM on Nov. 17, 2010
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