Political Correctness


Enforced conformity/inclusiveness by the PC mob in order not to ‘stigmatize’ a certain community. 

You can question the sanity of someone piercing their vagina for the wearing of jewellery, but it’s not even close to that of a young prepubescent girl being forced to lie on her back while an adult clips her clitoris/ sows it up, or using any of the other methods used in FGM.

NOTE: Tattoo/piercing parlours beware.

H/T: Buck

Women with vaginal piercings to be classed as having suffered female genital mutilation says Department of Health

  • New NHS rules will apply to any woman whose labia or clitoris is pierced
  • Even women who consented to piercing will be potential victims of crime
  • Mandatory reporting regulations sent to medics by Government chiefs
  • Rules in line with guidance issued last year by World Health Organisation 
  • FGM illegal in UK BUT critics say laws around ‘designer vagina’ surgery are ambiguous

Women with vaginal piercings are to be classed as victims of female genital mutilation (FGM), health chiefs have said

Women with vaginal piercings are to be classed as victims of female genital mutilation (FGM), health chiefs have said.

Under new NHS rules to be introduced next month, any woman whose labia or clitoris has been pierced must be recorded as suffering FGM, a procedure which is illegal in the UK.

The mandatory reporting regulations were sent to medical staff by the Department of Health, which said it is would start classifying the piercings ‘within an abusive context’.

It means that even women who have consented to the piercing for cosmetic reasons will be deemed as a potential victim of crime. Those responsible for carrying out the piercing could also be implicated for committing a criminal offence.

The new rules are in line with guidance from the World Health Organisation, which last year classified piercing as ‘harmful procedures’ that are considered under the bracket of FGM.

There is already much debate about whether genital surgery procedures such as so-called ‘designer vagina’ operations should be treated by as FGM.

Last week, MPs released a report which said police, midwives and campaigners remain confused over whether the operations fall within FGM laws.

Under the Female Genital Mutilation Act 2003, it is illegal to cut girls’ genitals unless there is a genuine justification.

The exemptions in the Female Genital Mutilation Act 2003 refer to operations carried out on the grounds of physical or mental health and do not cover cosmetic surgery.

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