We got mail! From Ameena: "Clit-Cutting Prevents HIV/AIDS…"

Thank you, Ameena! Where would we be without Islamic science and medicine! How can we allow our adulterous women to live another day without being properly infibulated!? I’m sharpening my razor as  I’m typing. I’ll get right to it!

Ameena posts from California, ironically under cleansexy@gmail.com/could be a fake e-mail…

Female Circumcision Prevents HIV/AIDS

Stallings et al. (2009) reported that, in Tanzanian women, the risk of HIV among women who had undergone Female Circumcision was roughly half that of women who had not; the association remained significant after adjusting for region, household wealth, age, lifetime partners, and union status.

Female circumcision and HIV infection in Tanzania:
for better or for worse?
(3rd IAS conference on HIV pathogenesis and treatment)
International AIDS Society

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Kanki et al. reported that, in Senegalese prostitutes, women who had undergone Female Circumcision had a significantly decreased risk of HIV-2 infection when compared to those who had not.

Kanki P, M’Boup S, Marlink R, et al. “Prevalence and risk determinants of human immunodeficiency virus type 2 (HIV-2) and human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) in west African female prostitutes
Am. J. Epidemiol. 136 (7): 895-907. PMID

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  1. Ameena, don’t you dare mess with research papers! You have deleted and changes words from a research paper. Shame on you!

    People! Here is the Abstract from THAT article, she quotes from.

    I will leave it to you to decide whether the article says that or not.

    http://aje.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/136/7/895
    “American Journal of EpidemiologyAbout This Journal Contact This Journal Subscriptions View Current Issue (Volume 171 Issue 5 ) Archive Search Oxford Journals Medicine American Journal of Epidemiology Volume 136, Number 7 Pp. 895-907 Previous Article
    Perform your original search, Kanki P, MBoup S, Marlink R, et al. ?Prevalence and risk determinants of human immunodeficiency virus type 2 HIV-2 and human immunodeficiency virus type 1 HIV-1 in west African female prostitutes, in Am. J. Epidemiol. Search

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    American Journal of Epidemiology Vol. 136, No. 7: 895-907
    Copyright © 1992 by The Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health

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    ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS

    Prevalence and Risk Determinants of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 2 (HIV-2) and Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 (HIV-1) in West African Female Prostitutes
    P. Kanki1,2, S. M’Boup2, R. Marlink1, K. Travers1, C-C. Hsieh3, A. Gueye2, C. Boye1, J-L. Sankalé1, C. Donnelly3, W. Leisenring3, T. Siby2, I. Thior2, M. Dia2, E-H. Gueye2, I. N’Doye4 and M. Essex1
    1 Department of Cancer Biology, Harvard School of Public Health , Boston, MA
    2 Laboratory of Virology and Bacteriology, University Cheikh Anta Diop Dakar, Senegal
    3 Departments of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Harvard School of Public Health Boston, MA
    4 Institute of Social Hygiene Dakar, Senegal

    Reprint requests to Dr Phyllis J Kanki, Department of Cancer Biology, Harvard School of Public Health, 665 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115

    Received for publication October 7, 1991. Revision received March 11, 1992. The authors studied the prevalence and risk determinants for human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) and type 2 (HIV-2) in female prostitutes from Dakar (1985–1990), Ziguinchor (1987–1990), and Kaolack (1 987–1990), Senegal, West Africa. Each cohort showed a distinct distribution of HIVs: 10.0% HIV-2 and 4.1% HIV-1 in Dakar, 38.1% HIV-2 and 0.4% HIV-1 in Ziguinchor, and 27.4% HIV-2 and 1.3% HIV-1 in Kaolack. In 1,275 female prostitutes from Dakar, increased years of sexual activity and a history of scarification were associated with HIV-2 seropositivity. In contrast, HIV-1 seroprevalence was associated with a shorter duration of prostitution and a history of hospitalization. In 278 female prostitutes from Ziguinchor, HIV-2 seroprevalence was associated with women of Guinea-Bissau nationality and increased years of sexual activity. In 157 female prostitutes from Kaolack, HIV-2 seroprevalence was associated with increased years of sexual activity and a history of never using condoms. The authors also studied the risk determinants for HIV-2 in the 1,280 Senegalese prostitutes pooled from all three sites. Controlling for ethnic group, women from Ziguinchor and Kaolack were more likely to be HIV-2 seropositive as compared with women from the Dakar site. Increased years of sexual activity were associated with HIV-2 seropositivity, while a history of excision and BCG vaccinations decreased the risk of HIV-2 infection.

    acquired immunodeficiency syndrome; HIV; HIV seropositivity; HIV-2; prostitution

  2. The whole purpose of this unorthodox procedure is to prevent women from enjoying a perfectly normal marital sexual relationship. It is as if they are telling God that he had made a mistake when he created this part of the female genitalia!

  3. Why sound so surprised ‘nolaughingmatter’ allah the ‘perfect’ supposedly CREATED man and got it WRONG which is why Mohammedans have to cut off their foreskins. Yet ANOTHER huge MISTAKE by illogical allah who tells us he PREDESTINES us all and our minds to either believe in HIM or not. But then goes on to punish in ‘eternal hellfire’ those who do not believe in HIM even though HE himself Predestined it. So there you have it an ILLOGICAL SADISTIC , EVIL entity called allah who creates beings with he SOLE purpose of punishing them in eternal hellfire.

  4. It is sooo sick. It just tells you the mentality of these people.
    Another reason to keep them out.
    Even Obama heard his sister talking about it in Kenya.
    That she mentioned it onlyshould be done in a hospital. So that girls would not die.
    Why did Obama not respond with a reply: “It should be banished and punished if it is practiced”.
    I am sure that Michelle nor his daughters will under go this insane procedure.

  5. The UN/UNICEF ahcve a position about gernital mutilation, it causes difficultites for birth – whatever moron said it’s okay is just that.

  6. Or …. yes! Female genital mutilation (sorry, should that be “genital enhancement”?) causes women not to want to have sex, therefore … bingo! Less AIDS.
    It’s perfectly rational, no? So, hanging gay guys from cranes, and probably other high-mounted implements, must mean … wait for it: Yes! Even less AIDS. You have to hand it to those muslims, they’ve got solving global medical problems down pat. We could learn a lot from them. And we must. If we want to keep at least some of our body parts intact, primarily our heads.

  7. That Muslims, or anyone else for that matter will defend FGM is insanity.

    The key to bringing about a reformation in the Islamic world is the liberation of its women.

  8. Why are we so reluctant to come out and publicly say it?
    Our most merciful God has granted to us, even the most humble, the very precious and sacred gift of sexual pleasure. Surely, those who would deprive 50% of the world’s population of it must dwell forever in purgatory for having wilfully opposed God’s will.

  9. Well here’s the thing. Haven’t anyone thought about how would these poor women have, let alone enjoy their sexual life after marriage? clit cutting isn’t a solution to reduce AIDS in the world, people are educated and decide not to go with what they know.. ITS THEIR PROBLEM. And no, Islam forbids such act and those who are allowing it are sick. One more thing, yes I’ve heard a lot who did such thing, they keep saying its in Islam, but its not, its what their parents and grandparents did. So it’s not a religious decision, its some freaking customs and traditions they got in their culture!!

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