Abuse of Women Coverup
The medical profession and the psychiatric profession did every thing they could to cover up the truth about female sexual abuse. The favorite reason for a woman's traumas was to blame the woman for them. As a child, she was simply fantasizing sexual abuse, rape and incest. (Nevermind that as a child she'd seldom know anything about these abuses and could hardly imagine them, unless she had actually experienced them of course.) One accepted cure for the woman's or child's "problem" was removing her clitoris either by outright amputation or cauterization, all for the woman's or child's own good of course. In fact, a woman or child could have her clitoris removed to cure female hysteria (believing they had been sexually abused in the past), masturbation, hypersexuality (wanting to have too much sex), lesbianism, and "moral insanity" (probably wanting to have too much sex with too many men). The clitoris was removed for her own so-called good, but at the expense of the woman having a satisfying sex life. There was nothing good about it! It was just plain wrong!
Dr. Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson points all this out in the two books and one article on the next 3 pages. He traces the source of the coverup of female sexual abuse back to Sigmund Freud. Proving this cost Masson his job and career as a psychoanalyst. (No big surprise.) The members of the medical and psychiatric establishments were in no way going to admit an error of this magnitude back then (1986), and many still don't want to admit it to this day.
And in case you don't believe me, just watch the reaction to this information. It will be illuminating, believe me. Digging skeletons like this out of the closet will bring screams like none you've ever heard from the guilty, as well as from those who have a vested interest in keeping this information quiet.
But Sioux Falls Feminists are not taking any prisoners! It's about time we all knew!
2-22-16 Doctors claim legalising some genital mutilation may help girls
Doctors claim legalising some genital mutilation may help girls
Controversially, two US gynaecologists are arguing that legalising milder FGM procedures would lead to less harm overall, and be more culturally sensitive. Should any kind of female genital mutilation be legal? Two US-based gynaecologists are arguing that legalising less severe forms of the surgery could protect girls from more extreme operations, but most ethicists and medics are against the proposal. Worldwide, around 3 million girls every year are subjected to genital mutilation, mostly in parts of Africa, the Middle East and Asia. The practice can range in severity from nicking genitals to removing the clitoris and labia then stitching up most of the vagina. Such operations are now illegal in the UK and US, but Kavita Shah Arora and Allan Jacobs, gynaecologists based in Ohio and New York, say such laws might leave girls more vulnerable to harm by pushing the practice underground. They argue that so far, attempts to clamp down on FGM have not succeeded in wiping it out, and can be viewed as racist or culturally insensitive. (Webmaster's comment: Only in America! A blatant attack on a woman's right to sexual pleasure, a blatant attack on a woman's sexual freedom, by the American medical profession no less. The American Medical Association should remove the licenses to practice medicine of the doctor's advocating it. A doctor must never do harm or advocate harm otherwise they are just like the many American doctors who practiced genital mutilation for the "girl's or woman's own good" from 1860's through the 1960's. (See the Genital Mutilation Pages Abuse of Women Coverup and Genital Mutilation Movies.) This is a travesty of ethics and morality. Anyone who thinks this practice is some kind of cultural or religious "right" is mentally ill should be confined in a psychiatric clinic until they are cured.)
4-24-16 'This is what it's like to pee after female genital mutilation'
'This is what it's like to pee after female genital mutilation'
Some 200 million women and girls across 30 countries have been affected by female genital mutilation (FGM). But how do survivors live with the pain of peeing, periods and childbirth? "The first time you notice your physicality has changed is your pee," says Hibo Wardere. Hibo, now 46, was subjected to what is defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) as "type three" mutilation when she was six. This means all of her labia were cut off and she was then stitched together, leaving a tiny hole she compares to the size of a matchstick. Her clitoris was also removed. "An open wound rubbed with salt or hot chilli - it felt like that," she recalls. "And then you realise your wee isn't coming out the way it used to come. It's coming out as droplets, and every drop was worse than the one before. This takes four or five minutes - and in that four or five minutes you're experiencing horrific pain."
The two books and one article are:
Abuse of Women Coverup