Modern Day Chinese Foot Binding?
The length of women's fingernails enters the stratosphere, effectively disabling them.
In 10th century China, little girls of the upper classes underwent foot binding so their feet would be dainty and when they grew up a man would marry them.
The practice, which involved breaking the foot and curling the girls toes under, began when girls were between the ages of four and nine. It routinely led to infection. It cut off circulation to the …
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