shadowhive Posted April 16, 2011 #201 Share Posted April 16, 2011 (edited) It's obvious the law has an unintended consequence that actually strips women of their rights. It does the opposite. For those who choose to wear the burqa to avoid any unwanted sexual diversion between sexes it actually says, "These women are now open for sexual perversion!" Women who do not wish to be open for sexual perversion do not have the choice to conceal themselves, thus thwarting any attempt by the same men you call and I'll quote "vociferous proponents of the veil." So any woman that doesn't wear the veil are 'open for sexual perversion' are they? I doubt you'd find very many women who'd concur on that. Your words are trouubling close to hard line muslims. You know, the ones that say women not wearing the full burkha and veil are asking to be raped and deserve to be. Edited April 16, 2011 by shadowhive Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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