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Forced anal examinations are forbidden under a number of different international human rights treaties, however a human rights group claims that they have been carried out by Tunisian authorities.
Tunisia has prosecuted seven men for consensual same-sex intercourse and forcing some to undergo anal examinations, a leading human rights organisation has claimed. Over the course of the last six months, at least seven men have been convicted of consensual same-sex acts. Many of the men claim that they have also been beaten, humiliated and forced to undergo anal examinations by authorities. They are widely regarded within the medical industry as being flawed and not being a reliable means of ascertaining whether intercourse has occurred.
Human Rights Watch claims that the apartment of six students was raided by police in December after the men were accused of committing homosexual acts. The men were arrested and say they were beaten and subjected to homophobic remarks, before being taken to a public hospital where they were forced to undergo anal examinations by doctors. He hit me.
The doctor was not watching, but he knew I was being beaten. I took my pants off and had to get on the table. He put his finger in and was looking. It was to see if there was sperm. He pushed the tube far inside. It was about the length of a finger.
It felt painful. I felt like they were violating me. I feel that up to now. They just continued shaving him. I was forced to do it. They slapped me to make me do it.