African loss of virginity
31 Dec Sadly, while most aspects of African culture are losing their place in the modern societies, culture shoppers have cherry-picked only those aspects of culture that assert the dominance of men and the sustenance of patriarchy. Even today, men will expect a woman to be a virgin yet their own virginity amounts.
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22 Jan Remain virgins or we will take away your bursaries. This was the condition given to 16 young women who received the Maidens Bursary Award from the UThukela District Municipality for remaining pure.
In addition, they had to undergo virginity testing every holiday to ensure they were not sexually active.
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Description:In certain communities, the price for losing virginity was death and it is believed that many girls were drowned in Lake Bunyonyi and Kisizi Falls. Above all the ravages of AIDS and teen pregnancies that African culture has suffered has brought virginity back into focus, with many society and culture leaders insisting that enforcing virginity before marriage is one of the ways to prevent the spread of AIDS and teen pregnancies. Those who are able to fight against these intruders make it to marriage as virgins. Thus a girl who has a broken hymen may be labeled sexually experienced when in fact she may never have had been touched by a man before. There was celebration, and the father became the envy of other villagers who made efforts to keep their daughters chaste. As for men, the double-standard is apparent as there was no emphasis on their virginity. While earlier such injunctions regarding virginity were the consequence of a patriarchal system, now increasing Pan-Islamic influence has renewed the emphasis on virginity.