I can completely understand the reluctance of circumcised women to discuss their sexuality in the public arena and to strangers - why shouldn't they have the same rights to privacy and dignity enjoyed by uncircumcised women or western women who undergo female genital "cosmetic" surgeries? But, sexuality and pleasure are topics I have written and given talks about in order to debunk the sexual dysfunction myths. Here's a youtube video I was shown yesterday that pretty much sums up the latest scientfic evidence - which included both circumcised and uncircumcised women as a control group. While I don't know the person who has posted this - I am very familiar with the main sources of her data.
3/5/2014 08:18:15 am
A very disappointing lack of comments in reply to a very simple question to which the answers may be quite complex.
3/18/2014 08:43:52 am
Infibulation is seized upon by Western feminists who dislike the choices made by African and Middle Eastern women, it is in fact much less popular than other forms of circumcision. It is also in decline, whereas clitoridectomy (with or without excision of the labia minora) is enjoying growth.
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