Genital mutilation: The unkindest cut for a woman - The Economist

Genital mutilation: The unkindest cut for a woman

Genital mutilation: The unkindest cut for a woman - The Economist
Genital mutilation: The unkindest cut for a woman
Published Sep 04, 2004
423 words — Published Sep 04, 2004
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Slow progress in eliminating female genital mutilation IN SUDAN, they call it tahoor or "purification". In Sierra Leone, it is known as bondo or "initiation". But English has a grislier term for it: female genital mutilation. In its...

  
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