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Submitted by navin (Malaysia), Sep 25, 2007 at 11:07

it's simple ...a woman should be free. she should be able to do what she wants. no god should be telling her what to do or not to do. she has her intelligence of her own . yes in the desert you wear burqah because of the sand going into your mouth and all that, but not in other countries because then you'll look stupid and scare away people like me. i need to see a face when i talk to someone. when i see couples from arab going into restaurants i feel sad for the women. once i saw the man had to put up a partition just so that no other man can see his precious possesion. isn't that ENVY to you?? i think he's jealous and insecured when other men look at his woman. that is not the way to co exist with fellow human beings.

i AM A MAN , and i think i should actually wear the burqah. WHAT DO U SAY ON THAT?? why stop at that ?? i think we should all just wear a burqah including the she animals so that the male animals won't look at them and think dirty thoughts. i am a man and i 'm saying this to all men regardless whether you arab or wateva- you should respect a woman wehther if she's naked or not. doesn't matter if she's naked in the streets , it doesn't mean you have to rape her. you can look at her and turn away the next second if you find it vulgar.don't have to cover her up.

what do you think about the people from early times when there were no clothes. did they cover up then, no? it's all in the mind, if you re a horny bastard , sure can't stand to see other naked women. but if you pray 5 times a day i think you can control your urge and not blame the burqah or the women. women are goddeses. they are human beings not some kind of posession.


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