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Clitoridotomy
"Clitoridotomy" (also called "hoodectomy" as a slang term) involves the removal or splitting of the clitoral hood. The United Nations Population Fund states that this is comparable to male circumcision.[1] In the United States and other Western countries, clitoridotomy is usually performed on adult women rather than on children. (Sunna circumcision, named after the Arabic word for anything approved by Islamic law and centred in Islamic tradition: in fact, there is no genuine approval for this, and some Muslim clergy oppose all forms of FGC



Through the 1950s, some doctors continued to advocate clitoridotomy for hygienic reasons or to reduce masturbation. For example, C.F. McDonald wrote in a 1958 paper titled Circumcision of the Female [4],[5], "If the male needs circumcision for cleanliness and hygiene, why not the female? I have operated on perhaps 40 patients who needed this attention." The author describes symptoms as "irritation, scratching, irritability, masturbation, frequency and urgency," and in adults, smegmaliths causing "dyspareunia and frigidity." The author then reported that a two-year old was no longer masturbating so frequently after the procedure. Of adult women, the author stated that "for the first time in their lives, sex ambition became normally satisfied." In the U.S., the last documented clitoridotomy to reduce sexual activity occurred in 1958. The procedure was performed on a 5-year-old girl, reportedly to stop her from masturbating.

medical discussion of the topic of female sunna circumcision
this message deals with the topic of female circumcision it's mostly written in English so it will be difficult for those who dont have medical background to cope with
I apologize for any scientific mistakes that may be encountered. in fact the data on the web are some what controversial ,contradicting and some times misleading

medical indications of female circumcision" hoodectomy"

Two Common Abnormalities

The two common problems that make the highly sensitive area of the clitoris unable to be stimulated are phimosis and redundancy. Sebaceous glands about the clitoris attempt to prevent adhesions of the prepuce to it. This sometimes fails and the clitoris is tightly adherent to the prepuce. This defect is recorded as 1 plus or 25 per cent of the normal surface adherent, to 4 plus or complete coverage. A prepuce for the protection of the clitoris is normal and useful, but if it is excessive and extends past the eminence of clitoris it can prevent contact and is harmful : said doctor W.G. Rathmann, M.D and He added :

Additional Indications

The following situations would indicate the need for circumcision although less phimosis or redundancy is present.

1. If the patient is quite adipose, a circumcision could be indicated although she has less anatomic defect. Obstruction by the adjacent tissues adds to her problem. This operation may help cure her adiposity by relieving psychosomatic factors.

2. If the husband is unusually awkward or difficult to educate, one should at times make the clitoris easier to find.

3. If the clitoris is quite small and is difficult to contact, a circumcision might help by making it more accessible

dr. Rathmann made a Questionnaire on a groupe of women on which he perfomed the surgical procedure " hoodectomy" and received 112 Questionnaires

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73"women" had never experienced an orgasm:

9 Not Successful (12.4%)

64 Successful (87.6%)

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39"women" had experienced an orgasm with difficulty:

5 Not Improved (12.5%)

34 improved (87.5%)

http://www.noharmm.org/femcirctech.htm

in an article published on scientific American .com :

Why do so many women have difficulty reaching orgasm? A new study suggests that, for some, an anatomical disorder may be to blame. Researchers at Boston University School of Medicine report that roughly one quarter of the women they have treated for sexual dysfunction have clitoral phimosis, which means the hood of skin surrounding their clitoris is too tight or there is no opening in the skin for the glans of the clitoris to protrude for stimulation. The scientists, who were led by Irwin Goldstein, presented their findings at the Female Sexual Function Forum, a four-day meeting in Boston of physicians and therapists that ended Sunday.

The analysis was based on photographs taken of the vulvas of roughly 200 women who have been evaluated at Boston University's Woman's Sexual Health Clinic since its opening in 1998.

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Goldstein and his co-workers found that women with the highest degrees of phimosis were the most likely to report problems experiencing orgasm. Clitoral phimosis is roughly equivalent to an uncircumcised man with an extremely tight foreskin.

http://www.sciam.com/article.cfm?articleID=000160EE-E53A-1C67-B882809EC588ED9F&sc=I100322

on wikipedia .org :

Through the 1950s, some doctors continued to advocate clitoridotomy for hygienic reasons or to reduce masturbation. For example, C.F. McDonald wrote in a 1958 paper titled Circumcision of the Female [4],[5], "If the male needs circumcision for cleanliness and hygiene, why not the female? I have operated on perhaps 40 patients who needed this attention." The author describes symptoms as "irritation, scratching, irritability, masturbation, frequency and urgency," and in adults, smegmaliths causing "dyspareunia and frigidity." The author then reported that a two-year old was no longer masturbating so frequently after the procedure. Of adult women, the author stated that "for the first time in their lives, sex ambition became normally satisfied." In the U.S., the last documented clitoridotomy to reduce sexual activity occurred in 1958. The procedure was performed on a 5-year-old girl, reportedly to stop her from masturbating. Justification of the procedure on hygienic grounds, or to reduce masturbation, has since declined. The view that masturbation is a cause of mental and physical illness has dissipated since the mid-20th century

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clitoridotomy

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so justification of the procedure on hygienic grounds or to reduce masturbation has declined as the view that masturbation causes mental or physical illness has dissipated!!!! Ofcourse they" infidels"dont care if the girl is a chronic maturbator

, sexually hyperactive or not.

The part to be taken during hoodectomy:

I say just what makes the clitoris easier to find.!!

Just to expose part of the clitoris like the glans or more to make the clitoris accessible

This procedure is to be performed only if the clitoris is redundant or tight



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But some argue that the prepuce covers the clitoris and prevents any painful tactile stimulation of it

i say: this occur in some not all women whose clitorises are too sensitive after orgasm, making additional stimulation painful; they are probably not able to experience multiple orgasms. " as said by the article published on psychcentral.com"

http://psychcentral.com/psypsych/Orgasm#Human_female_orgasm

But during the preceding phases of orgasm " namely excitation, plateau and orgasmic phases" stimulation of clitoris is beneficial for optimum sexual pleasure and the woman " whose clitoris is too sensitive and had hoodectomy"can already have a successful orgasm but those who argue talk about the miracle called multiple orgasms!! Namely successive orgasms

They want to say, seemingly, ahusband should leave the clitoris untouched during intercourse definitely after the woman first orgasm so lets the woman to have multiple orgasms and that comes when the prepuce covers the clitoris so if she loses her prepuce the clitoris will be exposed" i say: this can be avoided by chosing a sexual position with which its impossible to the clitoris to be touched by the husband "

So the uncircumcised woman can experience what is called multiple orgasms and she knows when to stimulate manually her clitoris and when not to ;of course if her clitoris is too sensitive she avoid s touching it after orgasm in order to attain additional ones! Adding the view that women can attain orgasms even without direct stimulation of their clitorises what is called vaginal orgasm " but this is controversial"

Vaginal Orgasms

A vaginal orgasm is achieved via stimulation of the interior of the vagina, which includes the G-Spot, the interior walls and the cervix. Vaginal orgasms are usually described as "deep" and "relaxing", and can be followed by a profound sense of calm. There is a difference in physiological response between the two types of orgasms as well. Masters & Johnson, who began their human sexuality studies in the 1950's and who are considered to be pioneers in the filed of human physiology, reported that "during a vaginal orgasm the internal organs are pushed downward, contracting the upper half of the vagina".



Clitoral Orgasms

The clitoral orgasm is achieved by direct stimulation of the clitoris. This can be achieved either manually, orally, during intercourse or with the aid of sex toys. The clitoral orgasm is probably the most common form of orgasm among women. In fact, the clitoris is actually very similar in structure to the penis. It is made up of the same type of tissue, and is lined with the same sensitive nerve endings. Clitoral orgasms are typically described as "higher" and "intense" and can be accompanied by a sense of over stimulation. Many women report that their clitoris is too sensitive to be touched directly following an orgasm. Masters & Johnson also discovered that there are physiological changes during clitoral orgasms that do not exist during a vaginal orgasm. They described the response to clitoral stimulation as "tenting", which means that the internal organs, for example the bladder and the uterus, are "pulled up towards the breast, expanding the top of the vagina".

So if the woman is to or should!! have multiple orgasms and her clitoris is too sensitive and even painful to touch after orgasm she must depend on or shift to what is called vaginal orgasm!! so just she lets her husband's copulatory organ in and out without touching the clitoris

 

 

 

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