A Rose By Any Other Name? Symmetry and Asymmetry in Male and Female Genital Cutting

J. Steven Svoboda and Robert Darby
“A Rose By Any Other Name?
Symmetry and Asymmetry in Male and Female Genital Cutting”

A revised and substantially expanded version of the 2007 article (see below) originally published as "A Rose by any other Name: Rethinkng the Similarities and Differences between Male and Female Genital Cutting." from Fearful Symmetries: Essays and Testimonies Around Excision and Circumcision, edited by Chantal Zabus (Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2009).

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