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    Female Genital Mutilation Female genital mutilation is the partial or total removal of female external genitalia, which include the clitoris, labias, fatty tissue over the pubic bone, and vaginal and urethral openings. These set of acts are considered to be part of a traditional ritual in many parts of the world. This kind of practice cause serious damage to the female genital organs for non medical or cultural reasons (WHO 2010). FGM considered being a form of child abuse and which is against the

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    These steps are taken from the World Health Organization, Medical Center. “The first step is called Clitoridectomy, which is the partial or total removal of the clitoris and, in rare cases, only the prepuce (the fold of skin surrounding the clitoris). The second step is called Excision, which is the partial or total removal of the clitoris and the labia minora, with or without excision of the labia majors (the labia are the lips that surround the vagina). The Third step is called Infibulation, which

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    and a jagged rock, that merely has a sharpened edge, the midwife begins to cut on the most tender area of the young girl (Rushwan). The midwife cuts away the clitoris and the tissue at the entrance of the vagina. When the midwife is finished cutting and perfecting her excision, she takes a thorn bush needle and sews from the head of the clitoris all the way down to the vaginal opening with the exception of one small place where a sliver of wood is placed. The wood is put into place so that when the

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    and remembers her own experience. Zeinab underwent the procedure twice. At six years old she had the more moderate form of FGM, called Sunni, in which the covering of the clitoris is removed. When she was 15 the older women of her family insisted she have the Pharaonic form, which involves removal of the entire clitoris and the labia and stitching together of the vulva, leaving just a small hole for elimination of urine and menstrual blood. Zeinab still remembers the pain, the face of the

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    Amongst social mammals, spotted hyaenas (crocuta crocuta) display a number of unusual traits, including high maternal investment, strong sibling rivalry that may lead to siblicide, female dominance, and masculinization of female genitalia. (1) This paper will concentrate on the masculinization of female genitalia but will also touch on the other traits listed. Taxonomic Hierarchy Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Infraclass: Eutheria Order: Carnivora (cats, dogs, bears, raccoons

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    Female circumcision is the action or traditional practices of cutting off the clitoris and sometimes the labia of girls or young women. FGM contemplates as a dull violation of human rights for women and girls. There are four types of FGM operations. The first type is excision or removal of the clitoral hood, that is either with or without removal of parts or all of the clitoris. The second type is the removal of the clitoris together with parts or all the labia minora. The third type is the removal

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    action or practice of cutting of the clitoris and sometimes the labia . FGM has been documented mainly in Africa. It is estimated that between 100 million and 140 million girls and women worldwide have been circumcised. Procedures are usually carried out on young girls between infancy and age 15. The procedure is occasionally done on adult women. There are several types of FGM. Clitoridectomy is the partial or entire removal of the clitoris and prepuce . The clitoris is pulled and sliced while being

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    This investigation is roasted in the hypothesis that although the world has changed and modernized, and laws for the protection of minorities have increased, even the penalties for the violation of human rights are more severe; but the female figure are still victims of abuse, discrimination, and violence around the world. To test this hypothesis we will consider three Journals. The first Journals subject is “HONOUR": CRIMES, PARADIGMS, AND VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN. By Simone Cusack

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    cultural causes. However, entirely of the victims gone through this sacrifice explain it as a crime. Female genital mutilation is a heartbreaking practice which violates basic human rights and must be banned worldwide. FGM it's a operation on which the clitoris and genitals are completely cut off. Referring to (www.mtholyoke.edu) The cause of this procedure may fluctuate it can be either for family honor, virginity protection, religion, or excessive sexual satisfaction for their partner. Also, this is done

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    live in a male dominated world and are there for convenience not happiness. The different types of FGM are classified by the extent of the surgery involved, and include: •     Type I -. The hood of skin that sits over the clitoris is removed. •     Type II - The entire clitoris is removed. •     Type III - The external genitals are partly or totally removed and the wound stitched together, leaving a small gap to allow the passage of menstrual fluid and urine •     Type IV - other practices including

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