DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A MICROPROCESSOR BASED VIRGINITY TESTER


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ABSTRACT

 

One of the challenges in virginity testing is that there are many doctors who say that the hymen is not good indicator of sexual virginity for several reasons indicate that a girl may have been born without a hymen, the hymen can easily ruptured during normal physical actives and sport, the hymen can be stretched open by the use of tampo.

 

In my approach to achieve this state objective, I have made use of a preprogrammed microprocessor in conjunction with a virginity tester. Using this method, we are able to test if lady is virgin or not, and we are also able to test if many is a virgin or not.

 

The project designed can also be used on animals (mammals) to test if it is a virgin or not.

 


 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1       BACKGROUND INFORMATION

1.2       PROBLEM DEFINITION

1.3       PREVIEW SOLUTION

CHAPTER TWO

LITERATURE REVIEW

2.1    HISTORY OF THE VIRGINITY TEST

          VIRGINITY TEST

2.1.1 VIRGINITY TESTING IN INDIA

2.1.2           VIRGINITY TESTING IN TURKEY

2.2    WHAT IS THE MEANING OF VIRGINITY?

2.2.1           WHAT DOES VIRGINITY MEANS FOR MEN?

2.2.2           DO BOYS ALSO HAVE A VIRGINITY SEAL?

2.3    WHAT IS THE MEANING OF PUBERTY?

2.3.1           IN GIRLS

2.3.2           IN BOYS

2.4    WHAT IS THE MEANING OF HYMEN?

2.4.1           WHAT MAKE UP A HYMEN

2.4.2           DO ANIMALS HAVE HYMEN

2.4.3           HYMEN-A MAKER OF VIRGINITY?

2.2.4           IS THERE ANYTHING TO WORRY ABOUT WITH THE HYMEN?

2.4.5           THE ARTIFICIAL VIRGINITY HYMEN

CHAPTER THREE

3.0    DESIGN ANALYSIS

3.1    METHODOLOGY

3.2    PROPOSED METHOD OF DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION

3.3 THE POWER SUPPLY UNIT

3.3.1 TRANSFORMER

3.3.2           RECTIFIER

3.3.3           FILTER

3.3.4           VOLTAGE REGULATOR

3.3.5           BRIDGE RECTIFIER

3.4    THE MCU OSCILLATION INPUT UNIT

3.5    THE RESET CIRCUIT

3.6    THE MICROCONTROLLER UNIT

3.7    THE 1NPU SENSOR UNIT

3.8    THE BLOCK DIAGRAM OF THE PROJECT

3.9    THE CIRCUIT DIAGRAM OF THE PROJECT

3.10 THE OPERATIONAL PRINCIPLE OF THE PROJECT

CHAPTER FOUR

4.1    CONSTRUCTION

4.1.1           CONSTRUCTIONAL LAYOUT DESIGN

4.1.2           ASSEMBLY AND PLACEMENT OF COMPONENTS

4.1.3           SOLDERING PROCESS

4.2    TESTING AND RESULTS

4.3    COST ANALYSIS OF THE PROJECT

CHAPTER FIVE

CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION

5.1    CONCLUSION

5.2    RECOMMENDATION

REFERENCES

 

 


 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.4       BACKGROUND INFORMATION

A virginity test is the practice and process of determining whether a female person is a virgin, i.e., whether she has never engaged in sexual intercourse. The test involves an inspection of a female’s hymen on the assumption that her hymen can only be torn as a result of sexual intercourse.

 

Virginity testing is a very controversial practice, both because of its implications for tested girls and women and because it is view as unethical.

 

Reasons behind it are because some cultures require proof of a bride’s virginity prior to her marriage. This has traditionally been tested by the presence of an intact hymen, which was verified by either a physical examination (usually by a physician, who would provide a certificate of virginity or by a “proof of blood”, which refers to vaginal bleeding that results from the tearing of the hymen. The physical examination would normally be undertaken before the marriage ceremony, while the “proof by blood” involves an inspection for signs of bleeding as part of the consummation of marriage after the ceremony.

    

1.5       PROBLEM DEFINITION

Requiring a female to undergo a virginity test is widely seen as harmful, especially when it is performed on behalf of a government. The practices is seen as sexist, perpetuating the notion that sexual intercourse outside of marriage is acceptable for men, but not for women, and suggesting that women’s sexual activity should be subject to public knowledge and critics, while men’s should not.

 

On 23 March, 2011 Amnesty international protested to the Egyptian government over alleged forced virginity testing and women. Protesters, Egypt admitted its military forces had performed virginity tests on women detained during the 2011 Egyptian revolution. It said the tests were carried out in order to refute claims that the women had been raped while in detention. Amnesty international described the virginity tests as “nothing less than torture. “Virginity tests done by the military on detainees were banned in Egypt on 27 December, 2011, but in March, 2012, the physician who carried out the tests was acquitted of all charges.

 

Samira Ibrahim is the Egyptian women who filed suit against the government, initiating public discussion of the Egyptian government’s use of the testing. she said in response to the physician’s acquittal, “A women’s body should not be used as a tool for intimidation, and nobody should have their dignity violated”.

 

Virginity testing was also used on women entering Britain on a so-called fiancée visa. This practice was exposed by the guardian in 1979 and the policy was quickly changed. In January, 1979, a woman was required by British immigration officers to undergo a virginity test when she arrived in London claiming that she was there to marry. Such a visit did not require a visa, but as proof of her bonafides, she was required to submit the test.

    

1.6       PREVIEW SOLUTION

Examinations to test for previous sexual activity were commonly performed in India on rape victims until they were banned on 29 January, 2012.

Human right watch had strongly criticized the test as “degrading and unscientific” and a second assault on traumatized women, and raise concerns about Indian courts bringing views of rape victims’ general moral character into their rulings. Virginity testing is not a reliable indicator of a female having actually engaged in sexual intercourse because the tearing of the hymen may have been the result of an involuntary sex act, such as rape, or other event. Many researchers note that the presence of an intact hymen is not a reliable indicator of whether a female has been vaginally penetrated.


 

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