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Female genital mutilation has been practiced in countrys around the world for thousands of years and will continue to be practiced until those that practice it decide to stop Many people who live in countrys that are more industrialized like the USA tend to think that no ones believes on right and wrong is correct except their own That is what comes up in conversation about FGM Personally I am not pro-FGM when it comes to its practice However I believe people who want to practice it should be allowed to without a bunch of activists against the practice of FGM telling them to stop or even informing them about the potential health risks The reason I am against even explaining the health risks to the people that practice this is because whenever you have people that believe enough in something to base their entire life around it there is nothing you can do or say that will get them to change it would be like talking to a wall They will only change when the people themselves that live by these traditions get fed up with all the side-effects caused by the practice of FGM It is every person and communitys right to decide for themselves without the intervention of outsiders to decide to do whatever they want to do to their bodies and minds I know these women that are being circumcised arent freely deciding on this to be done to them they dont know any better theyve been brainwashed I have two responses to this The first is if they have grown up in this culture all their lives and this procedure has been done to their mothers sisters great grandmothers etc on the fear that if it is not done something tearable will happen there is no way they would not want it done no matter how
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