Bohra girl sex

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The clitoral hood is often referred to as 'haraam ki boti' or immoral lump of flesh and is removed in order to 'suppress' sexual urges in a woman. SC hears case to abolish female genital mutilation in the name of religion. Credit: SabrangIndia. The Dawoodi Bohra community, a Shia sub-sect, practises FGM in the form of khatna or khafz female circumcision , which involves the total or partial removal of the clitoral hood.

Indian Dawoodi Bohra where girls are still circumcised

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By Associated Press. When Bilqis talks about having circumcised her daughter, she goes back and forth on how she feels — sometimes within the same sentence. The slender year-old doctor defends what is widely known as female genital mutilation within her small, prosperous Shia Muslim sect in India, saying it's a mild version that amounts to 'just a little nick. No harm done. But she adds: 'I have no doubt in my mind that it is not helpful.

Sex Gets Real 146: Female genital mutilation by Mariya Karimjee

There is little research available on the prevalence, and there is no specific law against the practice. I had no idea what was coming. Afterward, nothing was said, not a word. I was 16 when I started questioning my mum.
What is the real purpose behind Khatna for girls? The Dawoodi Bohra community has been practicing this hidden ritual of female circumcision, also known as Female Genital Cutting FGC , for centuries, with no public discussion on its need. It is only in the past year that the Bohra leadership has finally spoken out about why they expect the clitoral hoods of seven-year-old girls to be cut. Some of these women also claim that Khatna is done to maintain genital hygiene.