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The massage could last from one week to several months depending on how resistant the breasts are and also depending on how resistant the victim or her body is to the practice.Sometimes, the heated objects are used twice a day for weeks or months to crush the budding breast [12].Indigenous beliefs account for 40 per cent of religious practice in the country and Christians make up 40 per cent while 20 per cent are Muslims [5].This nation known as ‘miniature Africa’ as a result of its complex demographic profile has in recent times been receiving attention due to a harmful practice imposed on the nation’s girl children, that is, breast ironing [6].Its population is unevenly divided among over 250 ethnic groups with eminent languages and cultures that embrace differing trends and characteristics [3].Nevertheless, based on cultural similarities, the ethnic groups can be grouped into the Cameroon Highlanders who make up 31 per cent; the Equatorial Bantu 19 per cent, the Kirdi 11 per cent, the Fulani 10 per cent, North western Bantu 8 per cent, Eastern Nigritic 7 per cent, Other African 13 per cent; and non-African who constitute less than 1 per cent of the total population [4].Breast ironing was first publicly written about in 2006 [16].

With these objects, mothers press and iron their daughters developing breasts to destroy any indication of emerging womanhood [11].

Received Date: April 15, 2014; Accepted Date: May 08, 2014; Published Date: May 10, 2014 Citation: Tchoukou JA (2014) Introducing the Practice of Breast Ironing as a Human Rights Issue in Cameroon. doi:10.4172/2169-0170.1000121 Copyright: © 2014 Tchoukou JA. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

Visit for more related articles at Journal of Civil & Legal Sciences Gender-based violence is a problem that affects millions of girls and women, cutting across boundaries of culture, religion, socio economic class, education, age and other diversity.

It is usually done by a female relative close to the victim (mother, aunt, grand mother, sister or guardian) [10].

The objects used in carrying out this practice vary.