FGM: The last cutting season Maasai women are spearheading an alternative rite of passage that excludes female genital mutilation. Despite the persistence of this negative portrayal of black people and the perpetuation of racial stereotypes against them, there is almost no public debate about it within the wider Arab society. The social stigma has pushed some of them to disassociate themselves from their black identity. On the contrary, there is a popular outright denial that racist attitudes against black people exist. While not all dark-skinned people in the region are descendants of slaves and not all slaves were black, people with darker skin are stigmatised and, by default, considered to have such background, regardless of how they self-identify. This, in turn, impacts social relations, perceptions and social and political positions. To overcome the stigmatisation of black people, we need to shake off the legacy of our unpalatable past and end the "culture of silence". They often don blackface, put on exaggerated fake buttocks, thick Afro curly hair and bright-red lipstick.
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