Sunday, February 8, 2015

Does Wearing The Tudung Prevent Rape Or Does Not Wearing The Headscarf Justify Rape?

Some people and religionists would equate wearing and not wearing the tudung to a locked and an unlocked house.

That is not even a clever analogy in the first place. Do you justify burglary because a house is left unlocked?

Do you justify rape because a woman doesn't wear the tudung?

Is the tudung a lock to speak of? It would have been better to say chastity belts?

If a woman wants to wear the tudung because of her religious belief or for some other reasons, that's her choice or business.. But to imply that if she does not wear the headscarf, she is inviting to be raped and deserves it, is patently perverse and perversely convenient for justifying men's lust.

If all it takes to prevent rapes - or even to reduce their incidence - is to wear the tudung, one would have thought that in all the Muslim countries where the wearing of the full hijab (not just the headscarf) is mandated, rapes would have been a thing of the past.

We still have to have  have still to have empirical evidence of the magic bullet solution.

And locked houses never got broken into?

Can you really prevent or even reduce the incidence of rape just by having women wearing the tudung?

YOU CAN PREVENT IT IF THE MEN ARE TOLD IN NO UNCERTAIN TERMS TO RESPECT WOMEN LIKE THEIR OWN SISTERS OR MOTHERS OR DAUGHTERS AND TO KEEP THEIR LUST AND FILTHY MINDS TO THEMSELVES.

Why always blame the weaker sex and justify your own lust?

And just to be as perverse, there are burglars who find breaking into locked houses a more challenging task to their ego than breaking into unlocked ones.

The same goes with some men who would rather have the challenge of a tudung clad woman to get his their way.

The most ungodly thing to do is to justify your own lust.

The godly thing to do is to punish the rapist for failing to be responsible for his own wanton libido and not putting the blame on the women by taking advantage of them.

We should be man enough to stop placing our own perversity on the women.

MEN CANNOT JUSTIFY THEIR LUST ON WOMEN. No one can justify their lust on others.

Most of us men don't go around raping women just become they don't cover their crowning glory.

We don't even go around raping women who may be half naked or even totally birth day suited.

And if we did, we would be totally ashamed of ourselves for failing god.

And failing our sisters and mothers and our daughters!

And failing ourselves for acting like animals who, truth be told, don't even go raping their female counterparts even though they are totally unclad!

Are we worse than animals - men, who are supposed to be the pinnacle of god's creation?

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