Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Muslim Babes of the Day

(image credit: www.hyscience.com)

Okay, so this photo goes back to when Nicolas Sarkozy was elected president of France -- but I like these girls' attitude :)

5 comments:

Walker Morrow said...

Hey, as long as they're happy and excited about something...

Eowyn said...

Walk-Man. Dig it.

These are women. Lovely, as all women are.

They're NOT TANKED UP IN A TENT. They are normally dressed. As all women should be.

They're beautiful. They're desirable. They're photographed for the international world to see.

My question:

WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THAT!

Answer?

Their "menfolk" think they shouldn't be seen AT ALL, much less on international media. Whaddafuh?

They're people. They're women. They're wonderful. So ....

????

Perhaps you can enlighten me on why the male mentality that clearly drives these Islamist men prevents them from A)integrating fully half of their own population into reality and B) allowing that half to participate in society fully.

*still scratching head* over this one.

Walker Morrow said...

That's a good question, Eowyn.

I'm not too sure, to be honest. I wonder if it's simply men's self esteem and ego coming to the forefront under the guise of religion, or whether it's honestly a sort of cultural norm that's developed over a period of hundreds of years. Perhaps it's both.

Whatever the reason, it has to be opposed - I guess that goes without saying. :)

Eowyn said...

It does seem -- to me, anyway -- that this is the single biggest block to faster human advancement.

Now, in fairness, women need to get over their reticence to "do certain things" that they feel "only men should do." I have as much frustration with my sisters as my brothers, in that regard.

Hmm ... maybe I should run an occasional "Muslim Stud of the Day" feature ... but I don't think it would work with my less enlightened sisters unless it was a "Rich Muslim Stud Who Will Let You Do What You Want" feature, and, alas, I will find no subjects whatsoEVER in THAT line ;)

Ah, well. I'll keep needling away at my readership from Islamic countries (and it's growing, bit by bit, *grin*) in hopes that a seed is planted somewhere. Er, in their minds.

Walker Morrow said...

Yes...their minds....:D

Yeah, keep it up! Maybe you'll be able to shake somebody's established order a little bit - and I think that can quite a good thing sometimes, especially for some people.