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SiA Magazine - Celebrating Female Circumcision (Not FGM)

SiA Magazine is the first women's global quarterly that celebrates female circumcision and dispels FGM! 


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We celebrate female circumcision

SiA Magazine is a safe forum for circumcised women all over the world to share knowledge, experiences, concerns and to celebrate ourselves, embrace our femininity, our bodies and sexuality.  We engage with circumcised women of all races, nationalities, religious beliefs and cultural or traditional backgrounds.  

We celebrate gender equality

Circumcision is a healthy, beautifying bodily practice that has religious and cultural meaning for men and women equally.  Male and female circumcisions have different meanings for different societies and individuals.  At SiA Magazine our focus is on female circumcision, which is  always practiced alongside male circumcision in societies that recognize the equality of female power (matriarchy) and male power (patriarchy).  

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If you're a proud circumcised woman, whether Muslim or Christian or just believe in your traditional customs, SiA Magazine is for you! Click the Subscribe button or Contact Us and join this wonderful new global women's empowerment movement.  

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SiA Magazine Special on Female Genital Cosmetic Surgery

Western women condemn female circumcision as "mutilation", however more and more educated, wealthy, white European, American, Canadian, Australian, Scandinavian etc.  women are "imitating" various forms of female circumcision and rebranding the procedures as "female genital cosmetic surgery".  This SiA special focuses mainly on comparing white women's FGCS with WHO Types II Excision and III Infibulation, which are commonly referred to as the "African" types.  Download the magazine and drop us a line to tell us what you think. 

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