Patricia Jane | July 23, 2014 at 08:49 am
London is hosting an international summit to discuss putting a stop to female genital mutilation. In the UK as many as 170,000 women and girls have been cut but why does the practice persist and what does it mean for the victims?
“They love their children a lot,” Jay Kamara-Frederick says of the parents who have their daughters cut.
“They just want their child to be part of an out-dated, ancient tradition.” (more…)