Interview: Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) Survivor Aïssa Edon

Several communities across the world cut Genitals of Young Girls in the name of custom, religion or in an effort to control their sexuality.
All these reasons have no validity.
And, this is FGM—Female Genital Mutilation.

FGM was performed on Aissa Edon when she was 6 years old. She is now an anti-FGM campaigner. In an Interview with News Intervention Aissa Edon talks about this malpractice and explains why FGM should be immediately banned.
Click on the YouTube link to watch this full interview.

Vivek Sinha
Vivek Sinha
Founder & Editor-in-Chief, News Intervention. He has been in various editorial roles at The Times of India, Deccan Chronicle, The Asian Age and Hindustan Times. Vivek is also a Filmmaker and has made several short films and documentaries. His documentary "Muzaffarnagar--aakhir kyon?" that has a detailed account of 2013 communal riots at Muzaffarnagar has been highly appreciated and is extremely popular. Vivek is also the Author of novel "Chip in the Madrasa" which is an insightful tale that unravels the vicious game of Wahhabis and their vice-like grip on Muslim minds across the globe. His Twitter handle is @viveksinha28

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  1. May be easier to end FGM if we end all non-therapeutic, non-consentual genital cutting.

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