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Engagement and education key to changing attitudes towards virginity testing

Virginity testing is a complex, culturally mediated practice that is poorly understood by Western clinicians. Although there is published literature on the ethics of ‘virginity’ testing and on the lack of reliability of a hymen examination to determine ‘virginity’, little practical guidance has been published for clinicians who may encounter requests for virginity testing in the clinical setting.

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