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In today’s society, we have to be careful about how we view and portray cultural practices as due to our own ignorance and conditioning as inhabitants of the West, which are heavy influenced by Eurocentric theories, we are prone to condemn things that are unfamiliar to us or might deem them to be “barbaric.” As we have seen with the practice of female genital circumcision, there continues to be discord between what many of us might consider inhumane practices and what might be viewed as by some as “sacred cultural practices.” The difficulty comes in when we as individuals have to assess and judge for ourselves what practices should be protected and respected for their cultural significance and which practices should be deemed inhumane regardless of their cultural importance.
Such is the case of the practice of masculinisation as it is conducted by the Sambia Tribe in Papua New Guinea.
He adds: 'I was invited to join the circle of dancers who then took a sadistic pleasure in making fun of my hairy legs.
In the 18th century, traders brought the sweet potato to New Guinea, where it was adopted and became part of the staples.Its capital, located along its southeastern coast, is Port Moresby.The western half of New Guinea forms the Indonesian provinces of Papua and West Papua.It became an independent Commonwealth realm in 1975 with Queen Elizabeth II as its head of state and became a member of the Commonwealth of Nations in its own right.Papua New Guinea is one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world.
To become a man, and in essence a “warrior,” these young men are taught how to detach themselves from their mothers and the women around them as a means of showing that they can live without them and prove their masculinity. | Sambia Tribe’s initiation from Boyz to Men Inspired by Bob Marley’s philosophy “None but ourselves can free our mind”, Orijin is unique “Culture Brand” connecting all African descendants together through it’s Fashion brand and thought provoking magazine to influence our lifestyles world wide….