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TOP 10 Games of the Week

Posted in TOP   6 May 2012   / 2001 views

#1 Nuclear Outrun 3113 / views

#2 Gun 3D 2191 / views

#3 Monkey Go Happy 5 1428 / views

#4 Creative Kill Chamber 2 1159 / views

#5 Covert Front 4 708 / views

#6 Dummy Crusher 698 / views

#7 Blip 695 / views

#8 Crazy Steam Bros 670 / views

#9 Vampire Cannon 667 / views

#10 Dwarf TD 635 / views


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Magdalena 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Couple weeks ago I brought this topic into a cvtoersanion with my mom not knowing how it would go or if she would be willing to talk about it. However, I was shocked to discover that she had hardly ever heard anything about female circumcision culturally/religiously growing up. Honestly, i expected her to be somewhat familiar with it, since, she was raised during times within a very traditional environment where taking a pregnant woman to the hospital for birth of her child was unheard of (fortunately my mom had all her kids in the hospital though). Anyway, I had to explain female circumsicion to her, showed her pics, discuss the various reasons behind it basically covered the whole nine yards. Apparently, she was shocked. Hence, our cvtoersanion led me to conclude that female circumsicion is more culturally significant then religiously. If it was a matter of religious practice (which has been claimed as one of the reasons behind it) then 99% chances that females in my family would have underwent such procedure. Also, according to what my mom said to me that she remembered that certain cultures are highly concerned about appearance. This type of thinking makes sense to certain extent,since, even now women go through extreme procedures spending ridiculous amount of money to alter/'beautify' their appearances..either visible or privately covered. But the difference is that female circumcision is practiced on little girls that have no choice in the matter for the sake of culture or as means of source of income for some as mentioned in clip. Personally, it is very hard to fight against a culture, but when it violates human rights, then it's just not practical anymore. And if it is culturally enforced for beautification' (lack of a better word) sake, then certain values need to be explicitly reevaluated. Also, their is a reason why women who have underwent such a procedure would outspokenly protest against it. I applaud the efforts that have been taken to bring this into the limelight and actions currently being invested to enlighten/understand this issue from all angles no matter how exhaustively stressed it may have become for some. I know it's not easy, but encourage everybody to try to become familiar with it as well.