Tuesday, March 6, 2018

TWITTER REPLY: "Female Circumcision Keeps Us Clean Down There"

Female genital cutting, known as "sunat," is common in South East Asia

I recently posted the following Tweet:

And, what seems to be a female Muslim woman's profile, replied with this:

I think this should serve to highlight the dangers of condemning the forced genital cutting of one sex, but condoning it in the other.

There is this firewall between female genital cutting and male genital cutting, where, at least until now, ne'er the twain shall meet, but this coming back to bite anti-FGM groups in the pussy. (Did I just say that?)

Sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander, and as long as male infant circumcision can be defended "because it's cleaner," "because studies says it prevents disease," leaves the door open for female infant circumcision advocates to defend female genital cutting using the same pretexts.

Either religion, "parental choice," and/or "research" justifies the forced genital cutting of healthy, non-consenting minors, or it doesn't. You can't have it both ways.

As long as anti-FGM advocates want to have this firewall up between FGM and MGM, then they fight a losing battle.

THIS is the shit they're going to be up against; a mirror image of themselves.

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Circumcision is Child Abuse: A Picture Essay

1 comment:

  1. Kubra Jawher portraits herself as h housewife and a women´s rights activist. And her arguments are more or less identical of what is coming from Brian Morris or John Hopkins Medicine on male forskin amputation. No doubt that she is a female response to Morris. By the way, can anyone explain to me how Billionaire Bill Gates was able to invent Windows and found Microsoft Corporation but cannot keep himself clean down there unless having half of the skin of his penis amputated.