Massai VS Australian Culture
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In Maasai Culture, boys must undergo circumcision as a rite of passage to becoming a man
While there is no clear equivalent in Australian society to this process, buying your first car is often a big deal for males
Girls in Maasai culture, are often traded as brides in return for cattle for their fathers
In Australian culture, marriage's are an event to celebrate the love between two people
Once married, Maasai females perform duties like milking cattle, whilst males become warriors and serve as protectors of the tribe
For the Australians, their life sees domestic duties shared and often both the male and the female pursue their careers as they attempt to start a family
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