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In March 2011, following protests that deposed autocrat Hosni Mubarak, a group of 17 women were detained, beaten and forced to submit to vaginal examinations by the military.Egypt's current President, Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi, a senior general at the time, defended the practice."The procedure was done to protect the girls from rape as well as to protect the soldiers from rape accusations," he said.Coupled with a stifling atmosphere at home, Charlie decided to move to a Red Sea resort to work, hours away from Cairo and without family.
Alarming attitudes towards sexual violence also reach the top echelons of power in Egypt.I don't want to have children and it was a shock for my mum."Eventually Hana was fed up with the restrictions put in place by her family, which included a curfew and sometimes locking her out of the house when late home from work or meeting friends.She found herself a room in a shared apartment in downtown Cairo with other young girls who were living away from their families — a rarity in Egypt for unmarried women that is unacceptable to the majority of people.Similarly, when respondents were given the statement "If a woman is raped, she should marry her rapist," nearly as many women (60 per cent) agreed as men (64 per cent).Charlie* was sexually abused by a family member and a family friend after her father passed away during her teenage years.