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A new documentary featuring two Canadian women is raising concerns it’s misleading to compare the current situation surrounding female genital mutilation (FGM) to the way it was performed in the past.
The documentary, “Cut It Out: Hidden Trauma of Female Genital and Trafficking Circumcision in Canada,” was produced by The Centre for Justice, Prevention and Accountability with Dr. Lourdes Gómez from the University of Toronto’s Department of Psychiatry and a team of activists.
The short documentary, which was first screened in Toronto earlier this month, argues that FGM is still practised in Canada and is not merely “a cultural phenomenon in which a minority of young women in certain countries perform it on themselves.”
The film’s website describes the documentary as being “based on interviews with doctors, anthropologists, religious experts and female survivors of FGM in the northern African country of Eritrea.”
Although both the Canadian government and government in the United States have called for action to end the practice of FGM, there are still hundreds of thousands of African women and girls living with it each year.
Last year, a government report concluded that up to 40 per cent of African women and girls who are cut in Africa undergo FGM. The report also said that FGM was practiced in countries as diverse as Algeria, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mali, Nigeria, South Sudan, Tunisia and Uganda. The report said the practice was most common in rural areas of Africa and was mostly carried out on girls who were between 10 and 14 years of age.
According to the report, the number of girls who are cut in Canada has been on the decline.
Canada’s federal government has said it will introduce legislation that would make it an offence to do FGM.
But Gómez, co-director of The Centre for Justice, Prevention and Accountability, said in