Share this article Share A young girl is sliced and scarred by her mother in the Omo Valley in Ethiopia as part of her Suma tribe's tradition. Scarification is considered to be beautiful and a form of art in the area and people volunteer to undergo the practice Scary Scarification: Flies flock to the fresh blood drawn from a year-old girl as she underwent her tribe's scarification process which is considered beautiful in the Omo Valley, Ethiopia and a sign of a girl's maturity Young girls are being cut with knives and razor blades to create prominent scars considered beautiful in tribal societies in Ethiopia. Men consider the practice beautiful which allows it to perpetuate It is intended to create patterns and designs which are considered beautiful and desirable in their culture, the Mirror reports.
Girls 'slashed to be beautiful' in Ethiopian scar ceremony
Japan have dark obsession with young girls performing | Daily Mail Online
Share this article Share ' For them coming to a concert like this and visiting a hostess club in Kabukicho are essentially the same thing,' he said, referring to Tokyo's major red-light district. Idol Tama Himeno, who has performed on stage since the age of 16, says the men attending her shows worship the performers and crave communication with young girls that they cannot get elsewhere. For Ai's manager Hidenori Okuma, the men are attracted by the thought of contact with a 'girl next door'. Now they male fans say they prefer primary school girls, without hesitation. In magazines, children are modelling clothes.
And who can blame them? Enter the Internet, and Instagram: In a survey released earlier this month, three quarters of teens said they were using Instagram as their go-to app. They can obsess over their friendships, monitoring social ups and downs in extreme detail.