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Miscellaneous thoughts and ramblings
Monday, March 07, 2005
 
Freedom is on the March, part III: Suffragette City


KUWAIT (Reuters) - Around 500 Kuwaiti activists, mostly women, have demonstrated outside parliament to demand female suffrage amidst tensions in the Gulf Arab state over a government drive to grant women political rights.

"Our democracy will only be complete with women," said a placard written in Arabic. "We are not less, you are not more. We need a balance, open the door," said one written in English.
I’m waiting to hear American feminists applaud.
Via LGF.
Comments:
Applause would be a start. I'd like to hear shouts of solidarity from the likes of N.O.W. and other "feminist" groups in America and throughout the West.
 
By the way, is it just me, or are some of those Kuwaiti chicks HOT!

[ducks]

;-)
 
Great. You're just waiting for them to get empowered so you can sexually harass them!

"Hey, baybeeee! I'd really like to stuff your ballot box. Heh heh."

Or, as David Bowie put it: "Wham, bam, thank you ma'am."
 
One feminist, who spoke at the conference at Columbia, described that she was almost attacked at Duke, when addressing a feminist audience, when she said that now Islam is oppressive towards women...
 
It's very sad. Feminism has become to women what communism became for workers.
 
Communist workers don't shave their armpits?
 
No, no no....communist workers don't wear bras.
 
So that explains why Katerina Witt was so deliciously jiggly!
 
First Peggy, now Katarina? Must we share every fantasy? Geez!
 
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