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Covered nun or barely dressed woman

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Submitted by Samer Sukhun (Canada), Apr 24, 2008 at 14:44

The following question is not appropriate for you because you are a woman,

suppose you were a man, and two girls walking on the street, one is covered up like the nuns do, and the other one is barely dressing anything, whom do you look at . and how do you look at her?

Think of why the rape and kill for rape crimes are so common in the west,

Think of the freedom you are preaching in the west is the cause for those crimes, do you want this freedom?

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