View Poll Results: Allowing your wife to drive, did it turn you into a raging homo?

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    'End of virginity' if women drive, Saudi cleric warns

    'End of virginity' if women drive, Saudi cleric warns



    A report in Saudi Arabia has warned that if Saudi women were given the right to drive, it would spell the end of virginity in the country.

    The report was prepared for Saudi Arabia's legislative assembly, the Shura Council, by a well-known conservative academic.

    Though there is no formal ban on women driving in Saudi Arabia, if they get behind the wheel, they can be arrested.

    Saudi women have mounted several campaigns to try to overturn the ban.

    Aside from the practical difficulties it creates, they say it is also illogical as in trying to keep them under family control and away from men, it actually puts them in daily contact with a male driver.

    The issue has received huge international attention.

    Some Saudi women feel it has attracted too much interest, obscuring other equally important issues.

    As part of his careful reform process, King Abdullah has allowed suggestions to surface that the ban might be reviewed.

    This has angered the conservative religious elite - a key power base for any Saudi ruler.

    Now, one of their number - well-known academic Kamal Subhi - has presented a new report to the country's legislative assembly, the Shura.

    The aim was to get it to drop plans to reconsider the ban.

    The report contains graphic warnings that letting women drive would increase prostitution, pornography, homosexuality and divorce.

    A Saudi woman who has campaigned for women drivers told the BBC that the report was completely mad.

    She said the head of the Shura had assured women campaigners that he was still open to hearing the case for lifting the ban.



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    I suppose if she's sitting on top and weighs 600 pounds it may have a slight negative psychological impact. Maybe that's what happened to Socal?


    Adam, on the other hand, simply asked God for another wife, Eve, after Lilith insisted on sitting on top.

    Different characters handle it differently.

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    Normally you could just laugh at the retarded cunts, until you read this:

    3 December 2011 Last updated at 03:10 GMT

    'Honour' attack numbers revealed by UK police forces



    Banaz Mahmod left her violent husband to be with her boyfriend, but was killed by relatives in 2006


    UK police recorded at least 2,823 so-called honour attacks last year, figures from 39 out of 52 forces show.
    A freedom of information request by the Iranian and Kurdish Women's Rights Organisation (Ikwro) revealed that nearly 500 of these were in London.
    Among the 12 forces also able to provide figures from 2009, there was an overall 47% rise in such incidents.
    Honour attacks are punishments on people, usually women, for acts deemed to have brought shame on their family.


    'Mutilations' Such attacks can include acid attacks, abduction, mutilations, beatings and in some cases, murder.
    Ikwro said its research, carried out between July and November, is the best national estimate so far of the extent of honour violence in Britain, although the charity says the figures do not give the full picture.
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    In 2006, Iraqi Kurd Banaz Mahmod, 20, from Mitcham, south London, was strangled on the orders of her father and uncle because they thought her boyfriend was unsuitable.
    They believed she had brought shame on her family after she left her violent husband and began the relationship.
    Weeks before her death, Miss Mahmod had warned police her family were trying to kill her.
    Cousins Mohammed Saleh Ali and Omar Hussain, both 28, were jailed last year for a minimum of 22 and 21 years respectively for killing their relative.
    The victim's father Mahmod Mahmod and uncle Ari Mahmod were jailed for life in 2007.

    They found that eight police forces had recorded more than 100 honour-based attacks each in 2010.
    The Metropolitan Police had the most at 495, followed by West Midlands (378), West Yorkshire (350), Lancashire (227), Greater Manchester (189), Cleveland (153), Suffolk (118) and Bedfordshire (117).
    Of the 12 police forces able to provide 2009 comparison figures, nine recorded a rise in attacks and three saw totals fall.
    The biggest rise was in Northumbria, which saw figures leap by 305% from 17 in 2009 to 69 in 2010, followed by a 154% jump in Cambridgeshire from 11 to 28.
    A quarter of police forces in the UK were unable or unwilling to provide data and communities have often been reluctant to talk about the crime, Ikwro said.
    Its director Diana Nammi said families often tried to deny the existence of honour attacks and those who carried them out were "very much respected".
    She told the BBC: "The perpetrators will be even considered as a hero within the community because he is the one defending the family and community's honour and reputation."
    She added that there was not enough support for victims, and many needed continuing help and protection.
    "For some cases, police and some organisations just help them up to a length of time, then they will stop," she said.
    "With honour-based violence, the threat may be a lifetime threat for them."
    'Significant number' Ikwro's report said: "This is the first time that a national estimate has been provided in relation to reporting of honour-based violence.
    "The number of incidents is significant, particularly when we consider the high levels of abuse that victims suffer before they seek help."
    The Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo) published a strategy in 2008 aimed at gauging the scale of the problem and recommending that all English and Welsh forces start recording the number of honour incidents.
    Of the UK's 52 forces, 45 have now done that, although there is no national guidance in Scotland.
    The 52 comprise 39 in England, four in Wales, eight in Scotland, and the Police Service of Northern Ireland.

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    internet + women driving + alcohol = apocalypse.

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    Next they will want to vote, and then not get stoned to death for getting raped! ( rape is BAD, don't get raped or you will die ). I love it if women can drive i often need picking up from the bar, sexist yes, True yes.

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    Arabs are utterly fucking horrible people.

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    Enough crazies on the road here without women driving blind as well!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koojo View Post
    Arabs are utterly fucking horrible people.
    Don't forget the Pakis, Banglas and other assorted mussie shit.

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