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Zimbabwe's latest way to stop HIV: Force women to have fewer baths and shave off their hair to make them less attractive.

A Zimbabwean politician has said women should be forced to bathe less and shave off their hair to make them less attractive to men and help curb the spread of HIV.

Senator Morgan Femai reportedly told a conference he believed the killer disease had spread because men found it difficult to resist attractive and well-dressed women.

The politician added that new laws should be drawn up compelling women to make themselves less attractive to save men from themselves, according to a report on the New Zimbabwe website.

The politician compounded his comments by explaining his belief that moisture inside women’s bodies made them more vulnerable to the HIV virus.

He said: 'Women have got more moisture in their organs as compared to men, so there is need to research how to deal with that moisture because it is conducive for bacteria breeding.

'There should be a way to suck out that moisture.'

The senator’s scientifically unproven remarks today sparked outrage and disbelief in Zimbabwe.

Hundreds of concerned readers posted comments on local media websites in which they criticised his comments.

Last year fellow MDC senator Sithembile Mlotshwa was criticised after she said scientists should invent a drug to stop married men wanting to have sex with prostitutes.

The politician later caused fresh consternation when she told parliament she believed prisoners should be given sex toys in jail to stop them engaging in homosexual sex which could increase the spread of the virus.


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Tråden er ryddet for rasistiske ytringer.

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