Do you like unexplained phenomena ?
Yeah, I’ll bet you do.
@ 1 point or another, everyone will ponder about such things as the Loch Ness monster, UFOs & Mothman.
So for this entry, I’d like to write about a similar kind of mystery.
It’s 1 of those enigmas that you can’t stop wondering about.
Let me put it to you in the form of a question…
Have you ever wondered what’s under a burqa ?
Yeah, I’ll bet you have.
Go ahead & think about it right now…
No idea ?
You give up ?
Ok, I’ll tell you what’s underneath a burqa.
Why, another burqa of course !
But seriously, the mystery of whatever’s beneath this… clothing item might be solved thanks to a new law in Afghanistan of all places.
You see, earlier this year a law proposal came about that would give married men certain… rights.
Meant to govern family life, the law stated women (unless ill) were forced to **** their husbands every 4 days.
This then led to all sorts of protests in & outside of Afghanistan.
As for the reasons why your typical 9-year old Afghan female wouldn’t want to regularly **** her adoring husband, I can only speculate.
Ok, so maybe it turned all married women into potential rape victims but then again, no one ever said marriage was a slice of heaven.
Anyhoo, all that protesting eventually paid off & the law went back to the ol’ drawingboard for some reviewing.
& now it’s back. (YAY !)
New & improved, the law now states husbands may withhold food if their wives refuse to indulge their manly urges.
So, by fulfilling his needs she’ll get paid for services rendered… with food.
A basic daily need in return for doing whatever it is he likes to do.
Now, let’s think about this for second, shall we ?
WTF ? This law actually turns a wife into your very own personal whore.
With laws like these, who needs the Taliban ?
But no need to worry, the law is only
to help President Hamid Karzai win votes intended for the Shia minority, who make up about 10% of Afghanistan’s population.
As for all those women in the 90% of the population group, they can take it easy.
As a separate family law for them (the Sunni majority) is now also being drawn up.
Anyways, back to the matter @ hand.
“What is under a burqa ?” you ask ?
Very thin women. 😦