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It’s overwhelming and will doubtless give more women the confidence to come out and get their voices heard. Yet the fight continues, and the only thing that requires purification is a culture that uses an ancient religion — one that is actually underpinned by its devotion to equality and femininity — to oppress its women.
Female genital mutilation (FGM) is still being carried out in several parts of Kerala in India, including Thiruvananthapuram, even though it is being labelled a criminal offence, it has been reported.
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We will strongly oppose any attempt to bring such barbaric practices into the state.”Since the 14th century FGM has been custom in a number of African communities but is now banned in 24 African countries.
We must have the courage to stand up to those who perpetuate India’s patriarchy.
And that is why I was deeply moved by the sight of 5million ordinary, sari-clad women taking to the streets. An astonishing and symbolic start but a start nevertheless.
The reason behind the ire of thousands upon thousands of men, from politicians to day labourers, is that two women – both in their 40s – had the audacity to enter Kerala’s 800-year-old Sabarimala Temple after India’s Supreme Court in September lifted a centuries-old ban on women aged 10 and 50 from entering the shrine.
According to local Hindu mythology, the deity to whom Sabarimala is dedicated – Lord Ayyappa – was celibate and so allowing access to women of ‘menstrual age’ would be disrespectful.
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