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‘It makes me sad that still we’re talking about it’: Why female genital mutilation persists globally — National Post – Top Stories

COPENHAGEN – When Sarian Kamara had her first baby in 2003, she was in labour for four days. After it was over, she learned the ordeal was caused by the scar tissue left by the female genital mutilation she had undergone at 11 in Sierra Leone. “I said to myself, ‘Look, I have to speak…

via ‘It makes me sad that still we’re talking about it’: Why female genital mutilation persists globally — National Post – Top Stories

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