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Submitted by Straight_Talk_Luigi (United States), Jun 17, 2008 at 16:52

As an album cover for the rock band the Who once said.

In our case, STS, you and I are both equal. I think the West could better to hone it's social norms on sexuality, but for you to say this never happens in the Middle East....you're mistaken ^_^

The funny thing is that you quote daniel pipes

The second funny thing is that you are lying since you live in USA, you know how is it in the summer, how the girls go in parks naked, dressed with the minimum possible to show almost everything, if you are happy with this then you agree with vice. then you are ....

With the exception of Battleboro, Vermont (see Culture Warrior by Bill O'Reilly), if you engage in lewd or nude behavior in the USA, you can be arrested and prosecuted for indecent exposure or voyeurism, especially if it's on public property.

The reason why women dress the way they do is because to them, it feels comfortable. Most women are not trying to arouse a man, if you as a man get aroused from normal dress, you have an equal responsibility to discipline your mind.

It gets VERY hot in all over the USA in the summer, no exception. Even in the mountains and in Alaska. That's you see women not cover themselves. Most of the time, the way people in North America dress is based on the weather, not sexual enticement. Sometimes, yes, a woman will wear a shirt so her breasts hang out or clothes that reveal cleavage, but a lot of women are careful because they don't want to be seen as sluts.

So we come to the the prophet saying, I believe what he said is going to happen, for one reason, look how it was the women are dressed and open to sex at the beginning of the 20th century and how and how they evolute to be now with gradual increase of dosage by the media, the movies that make things all right to do, it is no harm to do it. and who is in control of the movie industry and the media industry but ...

I think that the media does influence people, unfortunately, but it's the same in the Middle East, it's just there it's all Islamic conservatism.

Most Americans I know can handle movies and TV, though. I know a lot of people, and really what happens in the media doesn't get the better of them.

But, you are right in that there is a culture war in the West between liberal and traditional mindsets.

Yet, Muslims really don't help, because they are more apt to work with the liberals, because they want the West to weaken so they can take it over.

Every time a naked girl walks in the streets, you will find many necks and faces turn around to look at her body as a commodity, and everytime a girl wearing Hijab like the nuns do, every one turn his face away not to look at her.

If you wear a hijab in the West, you're going to get a lot more attention than if you don't, I promise you that. We have nuns at our Church, and they draw more attention in public than anyone else. Why? Because they are different is the reason.

in the incident the girl seduce the boys to think of sex and to lure them, which will make them prone to sin. on the other hand the covered woman with did not seduce the boys and did not lure them to desire sex as the first girl did. got it???

No, and I can see that your little insults are edited away. Keep that in mind before you waste your energy typing them.

The man I told you about who had sex with 43 Sudanese women said they were all pretty much in hijabs.

The situation you described in middle east sex blast, Thank God I never heard or seen like you do, because you weant ot see, unlike you I move away from seeing the obscene or hearing the obscene.

IF there is as you say in the middle east , it will have to do with the sex explosion the west have everywhere, in films, on the streets, what the news tell us about that has reach the weak minds in our society, but they are few.

I'm sorry, this made me laugh. The reality is, over 80% of the text photos in Saudi Arabia are nude young people.

You can blame the West all you want, and I think it may have some role, but so does unnecessary, unjust oppression of women and Christians, who practice the true faith.

I still walk the street of the Arab and Islamic countries and I don't see the obscene as I see it on the western streets where I am frequent traveller for business.

If you see public sex or nudity in the West, you have a moral obligation to report it.

We are still better than you !!!!, Islam does not tell filthy,sexy stories about the prophets like the bible do

Are you really a Muslim? Because I would think a Muslim would be aware that both Christianity and Islam have significant regard for Old Testament prophets you are referring to. Shame on you for mocking them!

It is in Islam that polygamy and child marriages are permitted, not Christianity.

Will you maybe attend a Catholic mass the next time you come to the West? Or maybe even look into in the UAE? I think it would be great for you to get some fresh perspective on the West. ^_^

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