Human Rights Watch has condemmned a long-standing practice in Indonesia where female police recruits are forced to undergo virginity tests before they’re accepted into the force. The organisation says the tests are traumatic and demeaning and it’s demanding that they stop. Al Jazeera’s Step Vaessen reports from Jakarta.
C O M M E N T:
To those who only know Indonesia as a tourist country:
I have a say for everything that is called “beautiful”: You can’t eat from an clean and empty plate”