Artificial hymen infuriates Egyptian clerics

10/7/2009 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Conservatives in Egypt have expressed outrage over the advent of the Artificial Virginity Hymen Kit, a device that would allow a woman -- for the price of $29.90 -- to recreate a false hymen to deceive a new husband that her hymen is still intact. Members of the conservative Muslim Brotherhood have called on a ban on the product, while a cleric issued a fatwa against its makers.

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