- n. Plural form of hymen.
“With artificial hymens – such a threat to society that Egypt may have to ban the device.”
“News reports earlier this month created a global stir around an odd "made in China" product marketed to the Middle East - cheap artificial hymens.”
“So, greedy women, remember, you have to protect your hymens, because those are big dowries for you to exchange for money.”
“She said she restores as many as 20 hymens a month, and the number is increasing.”
“I think it is really stupid for women to do this kind of surgery and buying fake hymens," said Li Yinhe, a sociologist at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and the country's preeminent sexologist.”
“There were also widespread media reports about a surge among Muslim women seeking surgery to reattach their hymens to give suitors the illusion of virginity and a Muslim husband who refused to allow a male doctor to perform an emergency Caesarean section on his wife.”
“If what's in the Bible is the basis, then woe be to all nubile, precocious young American women with ruptured hymens.”
“I'm glad he avoided hymens and it was good to hear Obama make clear to his Muslim audience that the U.S. government had gone to court to protect Muslim women's right to wear headscarves.”
“NEW YORK -- When President Barack Obama said he wanted to address women's rights during his speech to Muslims last week, I said a prayer to the God of the Torah, the Bible and the Quran: please don't let him fall into the trap of headscarves and hymens.”
“By selling us prayer beads, Ramadan lanterns, Hajj clothes, veiled Barbie dolls, Islamic swimsuits, and no hymens, China has been caressing the “Islamic” concept inside all of us by providing us with the image of what we want others to see in us, even if it is just a lie”
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