"Virginity tests" are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Indonesia's strange, and often terrifyingly restrictive, policies governing women's behavior.
The Indonesian police force's insistence that female police officers under go an invasive gynaecological exam is an example of the country's ongoing issues of women's and gender rights.
Female Police Candidates in Indonesia are Forced to Undergo Virginity Exams, but Authorities Deny Discrimination
Human Rights Watch is calling for an end to the "two finger" virginity tests women must undergo during health exams for prospective officers in the country.
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