Islam: Women's rights are bad.
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16-02-2012, 05:17 PM
RE: Islam: Women's rights are bad.
(16-02-2012 04:52 PM)Ben Wrote:  I honestly don't get his barber analogy, can you explain Jackrabbit?

It's a way of saying "women try to be like men, but can't be because they lack the attributes".

English is not my first language. If you think I am being mean, ask me. It could be just a wording problem.
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16-02-2012, 05:23 PM
RE: Islam: Women's rights are bad.
Wow. It's so stupid I didn't understand it. Tongue
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16-02-2012, 05:42 PM
RE: Islam: Women's rights are bad.
Why is it that a woman is more valuable if they has not had sex yet?
Is there some kind of decreasing scale we're supposed to follow?
Sex = 0 men, then a woman = 10
Sex = 1 man, then a woman = 5
Sex = 5 men, then a woman = 2
Sex = 100 men, then a woman = slut

Does this make any logical sense?
I'm not just asking about a gender double standard, just the loss of perceived value of a person because they have had sexual intercourse.
This seems to be in all cultures and not just religious based.

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17-02-2012, 12:47 AM (This post was last modified: 17-02-2012 12:48 AM by Jackrabbit.)
RE: Islam: Women's rights are bad.
(16-02-2012 04:52 PM)Ben Wrote:  I honestly don't get his barber analogy, can you explain Jackrabbit?

lol dont ask me man, even in arabic it doesnt make sense xD
i think it has to do with him trying to trivialize the achievements of womens rights acivists
by saying they didnt accomplish anything except for being able to get a haircut?
but it's still a very stupid analogy, maybe it was edited out of context but it was his crew
that did all the editing so LOL xD
(16-02-2012 05:42 PM)Thomas Wrote:  Why is it that a woman is more valuable if they has not had sex yet?
Is there some kind of decreasing scale we're supposed to follow?
Sex = 0 men, then a woman = 10
Sex = 1 man, then a woman = 5
Sex = 5 men, then a woman = 2
Sex = 100 men, then a woman = slut

Does this make any logical sense?
I'm not just asking about a gender double standard, just the loss of perceived value of a person because they have had sexual intercourse.
This seems to be in all cultures and not just religious based.

something about the vagine hanging like sleeve of wizard i presume Tongue

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