women now make up 14 million, or 61 per cent, of HIV infections in Africa

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  1. B_Marius567

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    why do more women come down with aids? may be they need be [SIZE=-1]circumcised too ?

    how can a
    [/SIZE][SIZE=-1]circumcised man with aids pervent giving aids to a woman with out a condom ?
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    There are wars going on in many countries on the continent.
    1) It is not uncommon for these 'soldiers' to rape the women in a village before they burn it down and murder their husbands, brothers and fathers.:mad:
    2) A few years ago some fucktard started a rumor which many chose to believe, that if you had sex with a female virgin you would be cured. As a result infant girls as young as 6 months were often raped. :mad:This of course did irreparable damage literally tearing some of them apart. :mad: The lucky ones died. :frown1:

    how can a circumcised man with aids prevent giving aids to a woman without a condom? [/quote] He can't, the wretched truth is many of these women were raped.

    Any other stupid questions jackass? :12::rant:
     
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    In Africa, women are already getting circumcized -- FGM: Female Genital Mutilation.


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    milf is right, and this actually IS one of the chief reasons that AIDS infections are more prevalent in females than males in Africa. In countries where female circumcision is still routinely practiced, it is often illegal to perform the procedure so they won't be done at a hospital. Instead someone in the young girl's village will perform the operation, often using the same tools for multiple girls without properly sanitizing them between use.

    Another huge contributing factor to the discrepancy is rape. Rape is commonplace and almost all of the victims of females. Also, in some African countries there is a myth that an infected person with AIDS can cure themselves of the disease if they have sex with a virgin. Somehow the virgin they have sex with is supposed to absorb the disease and it will pass from the infected to the uninfected, curing the infected. Of course this doesn't actually work and both parties end up infected, but that doesn't stop men with AIDS from targeting young females and raping them. My friend in the Peace Corps didn't believe this story until she went to Zambia and had to help pry the corpse of a deceased infant off the penis of an adult male HIV patient they had been helping.
     
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    Oh - and do you know that one out of three women DIE from female circumcision?

    And do you know that FMG also exists right here in the Good Old USA -- news article:

    The Unkindest Cut


    Female genital mutilation (FGM) has inflicted pain, illness and death for 2,000 years. Today, nearly 140 million women and girls globally have endured this so-called cultural tradition. The pain lasts, intensifies, recurs: at the cutting, at sexual contact, at childbirth. And that's if the woman doesn't die first, as 35 percent do, from such immediate- or long-term complications as fistulas. Those who survive suffer emotional trauma as drastic as the physical pain.


    Sometimes euphemized as "female circumcision," FGM is defined by the World Health Organization as procedures removing the entirety or parts of the external female genitalia. Attributed to various faiths but transcending religious/social/ethnic traditions, FGM is prevalent in Somalia, where approximately 98 percent of women undergo cutting, often by untrained practitioners. It's also common in some other African countries, and sporadically practiced in the Middle East.


    Less known is that FGM was common in the United States and United Kingdom until the 1950s, prescribed as a cure for such "female deviancies" as lesbianism, masturbation, nymphomania and even epilepsy. In 1996, after decades of feminist lobbying, Congress passed legislation making it a crime to perform FGM on a minor.


    But some immigrant populations are reviving the practice. It's estimated that in one year, nearly 200,000 women in the U.S. will be cut, plus 22,000 in the U.K. Laws must be strengthened, and better enforced (in the U.S., those performing FGM can receive a maximum of five years' imprisonment and/or a fine). Furthermore, women in these communities sometimes defend the procedure, so there is need for support and education about FGM's health-destroying, even fatal, effects.


    For decades, Ghanaian activist Efua Dorkenoo, founder of FORWARD (Foundation for Women's Health Research & Development), a London-based NGO, has campaigned to eradicate FGM. Awarded an Order of the British Empire in 1994, her greatest success has been in the U.K., where a law prohibits FGM and has greatly increased awareness among health professionals. Following Dorkenoo's lead, nurse ComfortMomoh -- chair of London's Black Women's Health and Family Support -- counsels survivors.
    She warns that it is delicate, yet critical, to address immigrant communities about the procedure, while using language understood in their cultures. Momoh compiled Female Genital Mutilation, a book of information and personal stories. "[M]y friends ... said that they did not want to play with me because I was not done; or that I was unclean," wrote one anonymous Somali woman, "so I put pressure on my mother to have myself done."

    Attitudes are changing about FGM, especially on the African continent. But there's a long way to go -- including in the U.S. This past November, Khalid Adem, an Ethiopian immigrant in Lawrenceville, Ga., was convicted of having scissored off his 2-year-old daughter's clitoris in 2001. Although federal law bans FGM, many states lack laws addressing it directly. Georgia legislators, prodded by the girl's mother and women's groups, passed an anti-mutilation law in 2005. But since that law hadn't existed when his daughter was cut, Adem was convicted of aggravated battery and cruelty to children, and sentenced to 10 years' imprisonment. It is believed to be the first such criminal case in the United States.

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    Quoted for emphasis and truth!
     
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    Women all over the world are at risk. Some people still think AIDS is a gay man's disease. Look at a woman's anatomy. Vaginal sex without a condom deposits the sperm in a warm moist area where it can live for days.

    Your comment about female circumcision is just plan ignorant.
     
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    Women all over the world can be at risk of getting AIDS not just African women. Just look at a woman's anatomy. Vaginal sex without a condom deposits the sperm in a warm moist space where the sperm can live for days.

    Your comment about female circumcision is just plain ignorant.
     
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