Saturday, May 16, 2015
Virginity Test In Indonesia For Women Joining Army
International Human Rights Organisations have joined their voice with protest against virginity test in Indonesia. This test is essential for ladies who want to join Indonesian army or want to marry army officers. The lady army officers say this test is called "two finger test" to verify whether woman's internal membrane is safe. Human Right Organisation say this test is inhuman and shameful. They feel shame and humiliation while the test is usually performed by male doctors. While army spokesperson defended the test saying that through the test immoral and characterless women can not enter army.