A Pokot woman performs a circumcision on a girl in a village. These islanders from a remote tribe in Papua guinea seem like a case study in the ultimate consequences of the sexual revolution: The practice was outlawed three years ago. However, while everybody is having sex whenever they want, premarital meal-sharing is a big no-no. Kenyan law provides for life imprisonment when a girl dies from the procedure, which in addition to excruciating pain, can cause haemorrhage, shock and complications in childbirth. After the ceremony, the girls, now covered in animal skins and beaded necklaces, walk to where they will rest after the tribal ritual. In addition to excruciating pain, can cause haemorrhage, shock and complications in childbirth.
A Pokot woman falls into a trance after drinking a local brew and dancing during a female circumcision ceremony.
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These subsequent marriages are called love marriages. Reuters photographer Siegfried Modola captured this ceremony in rural Kenya for four teenage girls of the Pokot tribe, in Baringo County. The pharaohes who would practice public masturbation. A prosecution unit against genital cutting was set up in March and is currently investigating 50 cases. The most common form of same-sex relationships between males in Greece was "paiderastia" meaning "boy love.