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Should traditions that harm humans be banned?
Traditions should be banned if they are harmful to humans. Example of traditions that harm humans: genital mutilation, or locking up women in underground prisons when they are menstruating.
If a tradition leaves you or others with a scar, it cannot be acceptable or legal.
Traditions should not be untouchable. Letting them be so is irrational.
Some traditions may cause death.
If they are not banned, the authorities allowing such practices are complicit.
It would be a giant step forward for feminism.
Some traditions are the result of our ancestors' ignorance.
Some traditions are harmful to society and go against all morals therefore should be banned
Banning certain traditions would make the world a better and safer place to live.
Some traditional practices are inhumane.
The state cannot get involved in judging the level of ethics in any given culture or religion.
Banning certain traditions would create more dangerous divisions in society.
We could be mistaken in thinking that something causes harm when in fact it does not.
People should do whatever they want.
We should respect other people's religious views, and banning some of their traditions would be disrespectful.
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