INDONESIA-COLOR. The Indonesian government reportedly mandates virginity tests for females applying to be police officers with Indonesia's national police. According to Human Rights Watch, the tests were instituted in the 1960s and were supposed to have been abolished. However, it appears that police authorities have not enforced the abolishment. Here's a video report on the issue: Photo Credit: www.theguardian.com. Video Credit: Human Rights Watch.
In a video interview recorded by the group, a 24-year-old Indonesian woman said she was among 20 applicants who underwent the test. “I feared that after they performed the test I would not be a virgin anymore,” she told the
To be a law enforcer you need to be in top condition both physically and mentally, and in Indonesia, you also have to be a virgin. Reports of a forced virginity test were recently released along with a video by the organization
(Jakarta) – The Indonesian government subjects female applicants for Indonesia's National Police to discriminatory and degrading “virginity tests,” Human Rights Watch said today. in Semarang in which he describes the need to inspect female candidates' hymens to ensure their virginity. The requirement has spawned numerous books and videos by so-called specialists who advise female police applicants on taking the “test.” An Indonesian blogger, Anhar Wahyu,
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Female recruits hoping to join Indonesia's police force are forced to undergo two-finger “virginity tests”, a rights group has found, a practice that leaves the women traumatised, humiliated and in pain. The test is listed publicly
Indonesia's practice of subjecting would-be female police officers to 'virginity tests' is “discriminatory and a form of gender-based violence,” that has to be stopped, Human Rights Watch says. The video with the interviews is now posted on the Human Rights Watchdog official YouTube feed. The women, hiding their faces from cameras and concealing their names, say they had to go through the pain and humiliation of the 'two-finger test', which HRW describes as an
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