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Imperative to the processes and teaching of the initial ceremony is the notion that women can be dangerous to men. Much of the initiation and training is characterised by what some have deemed to be highly erotic and sexual. Throughout much of the 6 stages, the act of having the stick of cane inserted into the nostrils and the performance of 'fellatio' are integral to the process of becoming a man. While many of us might view the practice of inserting the cane stick into the nostrils as being 'inhumane', because of the obvious infliction of pain and injury to the body, for the Sambia it is a symbol of strength and his ability to sustain pain, which is a needed requirement of a warrior. Additionally, the act of performing fellatio and the act of ingesting semen is seen as an integral part of manhood because boys are unable to mature into men unless they ingest semen and they adhere to the notion that all men have, 'eaten the penis'. According to Sambia belief, the semen of a man possesses the 'masculine spirit', which young boys will be able to attain through his ingestion of semen. Cultural differences play a huge part in how we react to such practices. What we may view as homosexuality may simply be a right of passage in another culture. The journey to 'manhood' has no set route but the end goal is always the same; to protect and provide. By clicking again you agree to our Privacy Policy and European users agree to data transfer policy.
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Their territory comprises the southern slopes of Mt.
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Gilbert H. Herdt, an anthropologist and professor at San Francisco State, studied in Papua, New Guinea doing field work for approximately two and a half years. During his time, he studied and explored the Sambia pseudonym , a tribe located in the Eastern Highlands. The Sambia people are known to be mountain, horticultural people surrounded by rivers and valleys, where the men spend their time hunting. Men also garden, as do the women. The tribe is approximately 2, people living in small housing settlements. Women play an interesting role among the Sambia Tribe. As mentioned earlier, their marriage can be arranged through betrothal or a reciprocal sister exchange. They are obviously the ones who carry and birth offspring and they are typically the ones that care for the children after birth. Women of the Sambia are seen as contaminated and polluted pulungatnyi.
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Tribal Leaders. This process of initiation from boy to man is also known as masculinization. Strangely enough the women are placed in a situation where they are isolated by their husbands, who are much older than them. The youths are now the targeted ones who the women want to use to fulfill their sexual desires. The men however, are not concerned about falling for these women. They have been taught well about how women can be dangerous to men, especially the younger adolescent men who can even die from heterosexual intercourse. The isolationism they encounter not only prevent the youth from having any sexual activities with women, but also from seducing, or being seduced by married women - which would later create chaos by enemies. This certainly teaches the boys that they can indeed live without their mothers and certainly without any females around them. What the boys need is semen in order to mature. Ironically the homosexual practice is not a feminizing ritual, but rather the beginning of a fierce and brutal warrior.
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Their territory comprises the southern slopes of Mt. Sisa , along the southern edge of the central mountain range of New Guinea , near the Papuan Plateau. They are well known among anthropologists because of ritual acts practiced between the young boys and men of the tribe.

The Etoro believe that young males must ingest the semen of their elders to achieve adult male status and to properly mature and grow strong. The Etoro believe that they each contain a certain amount of life force , the highest concentrations of which are contained in semen. This life force passes to others through sexual relations. Women are seen to waste the life force if they do not get pregnant after sexual intercourse. As people get older, and their bodies weaken, this is attributed to a depletion of their life force.

O'Neil and Kottak agree that most men marry and have heterosexual relations with their wives. The fear that heterosexual sex causes them to die earlier and the belief that homosexual sex prolongs life means that heterosexual relations are focused towards reproduction.

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