Kritik an ritueller Beschneidung auf den Philippinen

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    • Kritik an ritueller Beschneidung auf den Philippinen

      Indeed, as the history of female circumcision suggests, if male circumcision were confined to developing nations, it would by now have emerged as an international cause celebre, stirring passionate opposition from feminists, physicians, politicians, and the global human rights community.
      If routine medical circumcision didn't exist today, no one would dare to invent it.


      David Gollaher
    • Indeed, as the history of female circumcision suggests, if male circumcision were confined to developing nations, it would by now have emerged as an international cause celebre, stirring passionate opposition from feminists, physicians, politicians, and the global human rights community.
      If routine medical circumcision didn't exist today, no one would dare to invent it.


      David Gollaher
    • I was shouting the whole time because it hurt so bad
      Heißt es nicht sonst immer, das gibt es nur bei der Mädchenverstümmelung?

      Die häufig als "bestialisch" bezeichnet wird (natürlich wird meist von "Frauen" nicht von "Mädchen" geredet - man will das ja von der Verstümmelung von Jungen möglichst absetzen).

      Wobei, wenn man sich das überlegt - "bestialisch"? Also wie bei wilden Tieren?
      Gibt es eine Tierart, wo die Elterntiere die Genitalien ihres Nachwuchses modifizieren? Mit einem Messer schneiden können Tiere nicht, aber sie könnten doch Teile abbeißen?
      Gibt es nicht. Weil die Evolution die Geschlechtsorgane der Arten optimiert hat, da kann man nur verschlimmbessern.

      Also "bestialisch" trifft auf Genitalverstümmelung nicht zu. Tiere machen so was nicht.

      scmp.com/news/asia/southeast-a…on-begins-it-rite-passage
      Indeed, as the history of female circumcision suggests, if male circumcision were confined to developing nations, it would by now have emerged as an international cause celebre, stirring passionate opposition from feminists, physicians, politicians, and the global human rights community.
      If routine medical circumcision didn't exist today, no one would dare to invent it.


      David Gollaher