Saturday, 16 August 2014

Brazilian employers require women to have VIRGINITY tests before taking them on

Women are being forced to undergo virginity tests when seeking education jobs in Brazil's most populous state.
Prospective education employees in the state of Sao Paulo are required to undergo a pap smear to prove they free of cancers or to present a doctor's certificate verifying they are not sexually active.
Women's rights campaign groups have denounced the practice as a gross violation of women's privacy and their human dignity.
Until recently the education department also required women to have a colposcopy - a type of gynecological examination used to detect disease.


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