Over 200 African women from all walks of life have already signed up for a clitoral reconstructive procedure that will enable victims of female genital mutilation (FGM) to have their sexual organ of pleasure restored.
The surgeries will take place at The Pleasure Hospital, also known as Kamkaso Hospital, in Burkino Faso, Africa. Construction of the hospital is already under way thanks to the fundraising efforts of Clitoraid, a non-profit, U.S.-based organization founded by Rael, who is also the founder and leader of the International Raelian Movement.
The following letter from Abibata Sanon, a Raelian guide who has already had the surgery and is in Burkina Faso watching the hospital go up day by day, expresses the sense of great anticipation and joy experienced by those who will benefit most:
Dear sisters and brothers worldwide:
I have wonderful news!
The Pleasure Hospital [Kamkaso hospital] is for the women of Kama, which is the native name for Africa. Construction of this facility is a voyage into the deep ocean of women’s love worldwide because it brings hope to millions of genitally mutilated women.