All Tanzanian male MPs should be circumcised, says female legislator

Article here. Excerpt:

'A female MP in Tanzania has called for checks to determine whether or not her male colleagues have undergone circumcision - a procedure known to reduce the risk of HIV transmission.

Jackline Ngonyani on Friday said any MP found not to have been circumcised should be required to undergo the procedure.

Her suggestion divided opinion among her colleagues.

HIV is seen as a major threat to public health in Tanzania.

Around 70 per cent of the male population is circumcised.'

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They are fine with men losing a lot of sensitivity for sex in exchange for an aesthetic appeal. This comes as no surprise. This is the same sex that will turn down buying a really nice car sold at 80% of sticker just because she doesn't like the color.

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Tanzania, 70% circumcision and HIV out of control, Australia, <15% circumcision and HIV almost eliminated. Is there something wrong with the bias in that research? Maybe there are some other factors that more directly influence AIDs transmission? Genital mutilation doesn't seem to be working.

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The reason for the push to circ in Africa is so that foreskins can be used by western skin cream manufacturers and researchers who want a cheap plentiful supply of human stem cells.

I am not making that up.

If you peek behind the curtain of the people in Africa pushing for circ'n you will usually find someone either deluded/misinformed about it or who is on the payroll of the economic interests seeking to take possession of the foreskins.

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Ask her why she doesn't lead by example and volunteer herself to get circumcised.

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... "circumcision is only good when done to men."

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. . . but she would still look like a gender bigot and a hypocrite.

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