This is the page for discussing the topic ‘‘circumcision’ in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries’ in the third chapter, on Perceptions and Beliefs Over Time, of Eradicating Female Genital Mutilation (obtainable from the publishers). The full list of topics considered in the third chapter can be seen here.
Please be sure to read the chapter in the book before commenting; this particular topic tends to produce a lot of ‘assumptions’ about what may have already been said.
And please also ensure that your contributions concern the specific topic here under discussion. There are many other threads on this website if you want to discuss other aspects of eradicating FGM (the Topics tag cloud in the column to your right will take you to whichever issue/s you are considering).
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