The Backyard of Cıvılızatıon: Female Genıtal Mutılatıon
Female genital mutilation, female genital mutilation, 21.it is still a price that about 3 million women pay every year in the XVII century just because they were born women. Even if we claim that we are experiencing the concept of civilization today, it is an atrocity that is a record of how cruel a person can still be to a person, and that the norms of society are applied to a woman; it is both physical and psychological torture that leaves traces that they will not forget for the rest of their lives. Despite so much work and progress under human rights, it has still not been stopped; probably the world continues in 30 countries, particularly in Africa and the Middle East in every one of twenty women, this intense pain, and sacrifice under the name of culture and tradition and thereby the scum of the Earth, it is a shame that is still unsolved.
Female genital mutilation, although there are many types, is the general name for organ-damaging operations that involve operations such as cutting and suturing the female genitalia. It takes a thousand witnesses to even call these operations because the goal is definitely not the woman’s health as it is not applied professionally. The physical integrity of women is violated and their bodies are dismembered and bled as if they were an item belonging to society and not to themselves. It is the self, identity, dreams, hopes, trust, and mental balance of the girl who is torn apart there; what is bleeding is the erk mentality that flows as if society is divorced from the cup.
This situation is for women, it’s not an instant pain; painful menstrual periods in childbirth more painful and both of them never be your own, your children’s lives would be in danger, or even most of them gripped by birth and cesarean birth that is an option left to him, if even problems while urinating, having them constantly confronted with a painful infection that they would be repetitive and doesn’t tell anyone. The only thing they are told is that they have to do this in order to be clean, to become an adult “Jul” and to be accepted by society.
Female genital mutilation, which has become almost the norm in some communities, is performed by older women called “circumcisers” or sometimes barbers. In this process, which has many types, sometimes the woman’s clitoris is taken, and sometimes the vulva of the vagina is cut and sutured. To do this, they use whatever they can get as a cutter: a knife, scissors, razor, glass… In 2007, a Ugandan nurse said that she had seen the same knife used to circumcise 30 different women at once. This situation is an indicator of how much the female body is humiliated by society, and how much women’s health and body integrity are devalued.
This procedure, which is applied without considering how severe the consequences are for women, is applied before the girls are married yet, and often even in order to prepare them for marriage. Many times, it is done without the consent of the person being applied, with their hands tied and their legs forcibly opened; as if the will of that person has no importance, it is imposed on that person. However, considering that this bullying is usually done to girls of child age, it is absurd to talk about will and consent, and it is both a violation of human rights, child abuse, and this 21st century that we think we have reached civilization.it turns out that in the XVII century there was a terrible and terrible attack to the extent that it could reset everything that humanity has about civilization and virtue.
There are many reasons why girls are subjected to this pain. There are the main reasons for female genital mutilation; women Jun do not enjoy sexual intercourse, ensure their virginity, and make women more “marriageable”. However, all of them, everyone else in that society, and sometimes even other women, but never a big chunk process that is applied to the woman in the absence of people, say on that woman’s body and sexuality has the right to determine that is a sign. Female genital mutilation is not cruelty alone. It is also an indicator of terrible socialization, culture and perception, and its expression.
In this society, where the human body is an instrument of sex and sex is a sin, women are forced to pay for the existence of sex. Even worse, the woman who applied it to them, but who also probably had this painful experience at a young age, is her mother, aunt, and the woman who circumcised her. In fact, female genital mutilation makes us question many things about humanity; it is a sign that every spinning wheel is again against women by going into a vicious circle with the desperation of how people normalize this pain and letting other girls who live by themselves experience it. If there is a shame, if there is a vice, it is a reflection that it has become the norm that the woman and her body are held responsible for it first, and that she is the first to be punished for this mistake. The fact is how much society is afraid of female sexuality. Women are being paid for by having a clitoris, having an organ where they can experience and enjoy sexuality, by being shouted at, their bodies cut up and mowed down in this world, in this century. Because getting pleasure is almost a crime for a woman.
Currently, female genital mutilation is estimated to be applied to at least 200 million girls according to the World Health Organization, but it is incalculable brutality that has been applied to exactly how many people around the world, as it has also become a taboo among the girls asked and they are Dec to talk about it. It is the responsibility of all humanity to immediately stop this intense violence against children who are too old to know themselves and this great insult being hurled at the female body. For this purpose, international, state-affiliated or independent organizations carry out studies on the subject. In 2003, the United Nations declared February 6 as “Zero Tolerance Day for Female Genital Mutilation” and aimed to reset this pain by 2030. Although it seems that progress is being made at the moment, unfortunately, this human drama has literally not yet been stopped. For example, it was found that 76% of girls who have reached the age of 14 in Mali have been exposed to this pain, and it is still legal in Mali. Even this example alone is indicative of how far we are behind in this regard. But as with many other issues, the future is in our hands, and these problems that we face as humans are our responsibility, we all have something that we can do. The solution to this problem also lies, first of all, in consciousness. 21. With social media creating one of the most important differences of the century, opinions and rights searches can take on a global dimension and many people can both easily make their voices heard and find support from all over the world. In addition, there are many organizations, institutions and organizations that carry out work on this issue both locally and globally, such as Desert Flower, Daughters of Eve African Women’s Organization, and End FGM European Network. That is why it is our responsibility as human beings to support the mass of reactions and cries of resistance that are growing like an avalanche in this regard.