The maximum penalty is now 21 years instead of seven, as the government makes it illegal to take a female out of the state to let her genitals
be mutilated somewhere else.
There are various ways of treating genital
warts, including self-applied creams, freezing them off with liquid nitrogen and surgical removal.
As you can see in Table 1, both male and female students were much more likely to classify penile-vaginal and penile-anal intercourse as "having sex" than they were to classify it has "having sex" when a partner performed oral- genital
The initial statement said that "in some countries where female genital
cutting is common, some progress toward eradication or amelioration has been made by substituting ritual "nicks" for more severe forms".
In an analysis using simulated cohorts of women aged 15-45 from six African nations, the estimated annual cost of treating obstetric complications associated with female genital
mutilation was $3.
The sexual practices of adolescent virgins: genital
sexual activities of high school students who have never had vaginal intercourse, American Journal of Public Health, 1996, 86(11): 1570-1576.
Our culture often portrays women's genitals
as dirty and in need of cleaning and grooming.
ONE IN TWO people diagnosed with a sexually transmitted disease (STD) during the second half of 2008 had genital
warts, it was revealed yesterday.
According to foundation manager Claire Hurst, up to 30 percent of New Zealanders who have been sexually active have the virus that causes genital
herpes, a condition that is common, manageable and treatable.
The theme is genital
mutilation of non--consenting minors.
This virus is part of the same family of viruses that causes chickenpox (varicella), shingles (herpes zoster), genital
herpes (herpes simplex virus 2 or HSV-2), and mononucleosis.
10) Spitz quantified the greater prominence of punitive methods in the treatment of masturbation, in both girls and boys, in anglophone countries, and observed that "sadism" became "the foremost characteristic of the campaign" in the second half of the nineteenth century, including such "drastic measures" as surgery, restraint, severe punishment and fright; the surgery included blistering of the genitals
, clitoridectomy in girls and circumcision in boys.