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Record of Mutilation By Elias Sassoon
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A special infant, yes, symbolizing the individual spirit. Unfortunately, he is born into an insular collective society in which individualism is suppressed through the use of brute force. The... More > infant’s name is Mutilation. He is born on Orb-Earth, to humans who call themselves Outsiders. They live in the Great Metropolis where everything is constructed to propagate mass values. Outsiders tolerate no opposition. Everyone must look, think, and, sound alike without dissent. Up until Mutilation’s appearance, there is none. However, with the child’s birth, everything changes. The Outsiders are in for one heck of a ride. What ensues is the pressure of the state to institute conformity. What follows is conflict, resistance, and hell.< Less
Mutilated Dreams By Hadena James
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Tourists and natives trolling bars and the scenic places that make up the French Quarter are being hunted. A mutilator intent on gathering trophies made up of swatches of skin laden with tattoos and... More > scars is the hunter. The victims, left drugged but alive, are unable to help the police with a description of the perpetrator. With no clues and a serial criminal at large, the local police have no choice but to turn to the Serial Crimes Tracking Unit. The Serial Crimes Tracking Unit, better known as SCTU, is used to dealing with dead bodies, so they are unsure their hunting skills will be useful. While the perpetrator might fit a profile, the living are of little help. After all, they don’t even remember being attacked. As Aislinn and her team go to work at solving this case, they find themselves in a race against the clock. It is only a matter of time before their serial mutilator escalates into a serial killer.< Less
Mutilated Thoughts By Jacob Russell Dring
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In this short story written entirely in free verse, Aaron is on his way down a lonely road in the deep night when a beautiful stranger cloaked in ambiguity gives him a ride. She insists to Aaron that... More > nothing is as it seems...< Less
soft mutilations By Anne Hestand
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a collection of poems or "fragments" as I prefer to call them.
Mutilated Girls and other poems By Gary Beck
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In this daring chapbook published by Heavy Hands Ink, Gary Beck looks at the world and tells it straight with no frills. An honest, well-crafted work.
Mutilated Girls and other poems By Gary Beck
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In this daring chapbook published by Heavy Hands Ink, Gary Beck looks at the world and tells it straight with no frills. An honest, well-crafted work.
Record Of Mutilation: The Novel By Elias Sassoon
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An infant, symbolizing the individual spirit, is born into a society in which individualism is suppressed through brute force. The infant’s name is Mutilation, born on Orb-Earth, to... More > collectivized humans calling themselves Outsiders who live in the Great Metropolis. Outsiders tolerate no opposition. Everyone must look, think, and, sound alike without dissent, and, up until Mutilation’s appearance, there is none. But, with the child’s birth, everything changes. The Outsiders are in for one heck of a ride. What follows is the pressure of the state to institute conformity, conflict, resistance, and reaction.< Less
Record Of Mutilation: The Novel By Elias Sassoon
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An infant, symbolizing the individual spirit, is born into a society in which individualism is suppressed through brute force. The infant’s name is Mutilation, born on Orb-Earth, to... More > collectivized humans calling themselves Outsiders who live in the Great Metropolis. Outsiders tolerate no opposition. Everyone must look, think, and, sound alike without dissent, and, up until Mutilation’s appearance, there is none. But, with the child’s birth, everything changes. The Outsiders are in for one heck of a ride. What follows is the pressure of the state to institute conformity, conflict, resistance, and reaction.< Less
Female Genital Mutilation in the Sudan: The Complexities of Eradication By Mario I. Aguilar (ed.) and Iben Merrild
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This paper explains the cultural form of FGM and the difficulties of eradicating this practice that requires girls to be cut in different forms before marriage and after birth. The practice not only... More > brings physical pain and emotional inability to enjoy sexual relations but perpetuates a male dominated world and a social norm required by girls in order to acquire social acceptance and the role of wives and mothers. While the Sudanese state has signed international treaties banning this practice it has not ratified or enforce the end of the practice of FGM in Sudan. This paper recognises that cultural norms are slow to change but that it is possible and it suggests community involvement in educational programs and the re-employment of those practitioners who actually perform cuts on girls in the traditional setting. This is an important paper that speaks of the clash between traditional ritual practices and the contemporary politics of a globalized world.< Less
Female Genital Mutilation in the Sudan: The Complexities of Eradication By Mario I. Aguilar (ed.) and Iben Merrild
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This paper explains the cultural form of FGM and the difficulties of eradicating this practice that requires girls to be cut in different forms before marriage and after birth. The practice not only... More > brings physical pain and emotional inability to enjoy sexual relations but perpetuates a male dominated world and a social norm required by girls in order to acquire social acceptance and the role of wives and mothers. While the Sudanese state has signed international treaties banning this practice it has not ratified or enforce the end of the practice of FGM in Sudan. This paper recognises that cultural norms are slow to change but that it is possible and it suggests community involvement in educational programs and the re-employment of those practitioners who actually perform cuts on girls in the traditional setting. This is an important paper that speaks of the clash between traditional ritual practices and the contemporary politics of a globalized world.< Less