In commemoration of International Day of Zero Tolerance from Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) on 6 February, Beyond the Hijab ran a 6-part series of blog posts by women living in Singapore about their thoughts and reflections on the practice of female circumcision in Singapore.
- Let’s Talk about “Sunat Perempuan”
- Leave Them Alone
- My Body Is Not Mine – A Muslim woman’s commentary on body autonomy
- The Pain of Remembering
- The Problem of Sunat Perempuan
- The Sacred Self
Information and resources on sunat perempuan in Singapore
- 4-part video series on FGM in Singapore
- A (Seemingly Innocuous) Cut / Adakah Sunat Perempuan Tidak Bermasalah
- Singapore comes under pressure over female genital cutting of babies
- The complexities of female genital cutting (FGC) in Singapore
- A cut, unseen
- Marranci, G. (2015). Female circumcision in multicultural Singapore: The hidden cut. The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 26(2), 276-292.