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Breast ironing is thought to affect million young women in countries such as Cameroon, Nigeria and South Africa. It is often imposed by the victim's mother to protect her from rape and sexual assault. Human Trafficking, Together We Can, African Women, Human Rights, Young Women, In This World, Equality, Feminism, About Uk

Breast ironing, or breast flattening, is the pounding massaging of a pubescent girl's breasts, using hard or heated objects, to try stop them from developing or disappear. Usually done by the girl's mom to protect her from sexual harassment and prevent early pregnancy. It's practiced in some areas in Cameroon where men believe girls with breasts are sexually mature. Pestles are most common but heated stones and hammers are also used. This illustrates a clear violation of human rights.

Graphic images show horrifying 'mob justice' in Cameroon. When people are caught stealing, they are either burnt alive or beaten to death by a large group of people. The population of the country is very intolerant of stealing. Death, Politics, Scene, Group, Country, People, Image, Rural Area, Country Music

Graphic images show horrifying 'mob justice' in Cameroon. When people are caught stealing, they are either burnt alive or beaten to death by a large group of people. The population of the country is very intolerant of stealing.

Religion plays a large part on the values of the African community. Being a christian is of great value, which is the main religion being practiced in Cameroon. Islamism is also practiced by a large part of the country. Plays, Christianity, Maine, Religion, African, Wrestling, Community, Country, Games

Religion plays a large part on the values of the African community. Being a christian is of great value, which is the main religion being practiced in Cameroon. Islamism is also practiced by a large part of the country.

Celebrating Women As Agents Of Change Chantal Biya, New Africa, Agent Of Change, Capital City, Human Rights, Brown Sugar, Walks, Equality, Affirmations

In Cameroon, women from all walks of life gathered in Yaounde as bearers of various affirmations on development, peace, political and gender equality, employment, education access and human rights as they passed along the capital city’s 20th May Boulevard in a march past chaired by the first lady, Chantal Biya.

Inside the Struggle for LGBT Rights in Cameroon Human Rights Issues, Lgbt Rights, Born This Way, Equality, Pop Culture, Freedom, Gay, Men Casual, Country

Inside the Struggle for LGBT Rights in Cameroon

In Cameroon, sexual acts between people of the same gender are punishable with up to five years in prison

The Yoruba people very much encourage their kids to go to school. That is why it is one of the, perhaps the most educated tribes in Nigeria. Yoruba People, Encouragement, To Go, Education, School, Kids, Yoruba Religion, Yoruba Language, For Kids

The Yoruba people very much encourage their kids to go to school. That is why it is one of the, perhaps the most educated tribes in Nigeria.

Everyone believes in one religion or the other. There is really no such thing as an Atheist or a Free thinker. Everyone believes in one religion or the other. Free Thinker, Atheist, Believe, Religion, Concert, Concerts, Religious Education, Faith

Everyone believes in one religion or the other. There is really no such thing as an Atheist or a Free thinker. Everyone believes in one religion or the other.

Hardwork is always preached to people because it holds so much value in the yoruba tribe. Any hardworking person is respected automatically by everyone. Make Money Online, How To Make Money, Wealth, Work Hard, Beautiful Homes, Told You So, Easy, Life

Hardwork is always preached to people because it holds so much value in the yoruba tribe. Any hardworking person is respected automatically by everyone.

Respect is an important life of a yoruba culture. Kids are taught to learn how to speak to elderly persons, greet people and comport themselves in public so they can grow with that. Yoruba People, Elderly Person, Facts, Respect, Knowledge, Public, Advice, Training, Culture

Respect is an important life of a yoruba culture. Kids are taught to learn how to speak to elderly persons, greet people and comport themselves in public so they can grow with that.

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