Female Genital Cutting (FGC) Summary This paper offers an analysis of two distinctive articles about Female circumcision in an African context. ???Representing Africa in the Kasinga Asylum Case???, by Charles Piot, tells of the infamous story of Fauziya Kasinga, a Tchamba Togolese woman, who fights to run away from the nightmare of forced marriage and going through the cut commonly known as Female Genital Cutting (FGC). On the other hand, McKinley Michelle, in her article ???Cultural Culprits??? also offers deep insight into the same topic as she depicts the severity of the subject matter using a number of cases in the African setting- Kenya in particular.