Medical experts and victims say practice, deemed by perpetrators to protect girls from sexual harassment and rape, is child abuse

Comfort was nine when her older sister told her she was going to flatten her chest with a stone to prevent her breasts from developing too soon, telling her it was for her own good.

“She said it’s so that girls don’t get abused as children or as teenagers,” Comfort said.

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