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Channel 4 commissions documentary on Female Genital Mutilation

From Channel 4 Press - posted

Channel 4 has commissioned Love Productions to make an hour-long documentary with female genital mutilation (FGM) survivor and campaigner Leyla Hussein...

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Gill Wilson

Just watched the programme about FMG (chanel 4) I thought society had moved on from this barbaric custom how can I help to stop this awful practice as a mere white, female OAP ? For now all I can do is to share my disgust. Would I or any right minded woman, mother or father ever let anyone harm their daughters for ???

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