Monday, December 1

Audience member climbs on-stage, slaps female emcee because he thinks she's dressed immodestly

In Mumbai, India, a young, attractive woman was serving as a "presenter" for a televised awards show, when a member of the audience got up on the stage and--in full view of the whole audience and TV cameras, slapped the woman.

The attacker was a 24-year-old Muslim male, who said he thought the woman should not have worn such a revealing outfit.

Now, on the cosmic scale, or considering war versus peace, this doesn't seem very significant.  I suggest you just don't understand the significance.  The fact that this guy slapped the woman on the stage, in front of everyone, including cameras, suggests  that he wasn't a bit concerned by the possibility of being caught. 

You may want to think about the implications of that.

Feminists:  Do you think women should be able to wear backless dresses without having to worry about being attacked?  Or do you agree with Muslims that women should be covered at all times?

If you agree with the first proposition, do you find the man's attack outrageous, or is it much ado about nothing?

Can you tell us why no western feminists have given the slightest indication that they're outraged about this?

Oh, yes:  There *is* a War on Women all right.  It's being carried out by Muslims.  But of course you'd rather bitch and moan about Republicans that you think are trying to outlaw abortion.

Priorities.  Got it.


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