Clitorectomy is the surgical removal of the clitoris. It is often accompanied by the removal of the inner labia as well. Other forms of female circumcision include: pricking or removing the clitoral hood, but not the clitoris, removing the clitoris, inner labia and part of the outer labia, and pharonic circumicision or infibulation, the sewing together of the remainder of the outer labia, leaving only a small opening for the flow of urine and menstrual fluids. According to the World Health Organization, clitorectomy is considered a rite of passage for female children in many African, Indonesian and Malaysian cultures.
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