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Thread: Virginity tests, whatever next?!

  1. #1
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    Aug 2020

    Virginity tests, whatever next?!

    Women are being offered controversial "virginity tests" at British medical clinics, an investigation by BBC Newsbeat and 100 Women has found.

    The intrusive tests are considered a violation of human rights by the World Health Organization (WHO) and United Nations, which want to see them banned.
    Critics say they are unscientific, cannot prove whether someone is a virgin and can be a form of abuse.

    The tests involve a vaginal examination to check if the hymen is intact.

    The BBC investigation found a number of private clinics advertising "virginity repair" which, when contacted, then also offered the so-called virginity test for between £150 and £300.

    This is absolutely horrific in my opinion and I am sure that some cultures would use this to test if their future bride was a virgin with catastrophic consequences if she wasn’t. Very dangerous and a complete intrusion of a woman’s human rights.

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    Apr 2017
    Australia, Carrum Downs
    What why! My, oh my, this crazy world just gets more crazy everyday!

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