Circumcision is almost a universal practice in Kenya with over 80% of men in the country said to have undergone the cut. For many in the country, the cut is tied to cultural practices, a mark of the transition from childhood to adulthood. This is a stark contrast to global trends where just about a third of the men in the world are circumcised and circumcision around the world is mostly tied to religious reasons and, in some cases, medical reasons.

So, which way should one go? Cynthia and Linda dissect this rather sensitive topic in the latest episode of Ginger Garlic.

Ginger Garlic is a new podcast from Africa Uncensored hosted by Cynthia Gichiri and Linda Ngari that seeks to demystify and explore the various ways indigenous plants found in Africa can serve as remedies for common ailments.

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