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Saudi Arabia's king issues order allowing women to drive

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Lawlight said:
monocle_layton said:

I dislike people who randomly rant about nothing and constantly shoehorn in liberals, feminists, or sjw's.

 

Mock saudi arabia all you want. Nice way of trying to make it seem as though I'm triggered

You didn't answer my question. And it's hypocritical that you didn't say anything to vgpolyglot who thinks it's the feminist movement in the west that caused this. Also, where did you see a rant from me?

1) VG's response wasn't in a way which seemed passive aggressive

 

2) I'm obviously referring to past threads 



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A good move but showcases Islams backward hold on the middle east as a flawed religion.



What a hero! he should be awarded the Nobel peace prize!



Small step towards obtainig a liberal democracy and equality for all in Saudi Arabia. They still have harsh laws in Saudi Arabia. Hand is cut off for stealing, you will get put to death for adultery, crucifixion for murder, death penalty for treason/blasphemy and it is 80 lashes for drinking alcohol. A long term vision of Saudi Arabia embracing a society with social liberal values on par with Europe, Canada and the USA, etc.



Its a start for a better world :)



 

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A step in the right direction.



LadyJasmine said:
A good move but showcases Islams backward hold on the middle east as a flawed religion.

What religion is not flawed in your opinion?



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F1gWECYYOSo

Please Watch/Share this video so it gets shown in Hollywood.

I don't see how this changes anything... I mean it's not like women can drive anywhere else.

 

*BA DUM TSSS*



On 2/24/13, MB1025 said:
You know I was always wondering why no one ever used the dollar sign for $ony, but then I realized they have no money so it would be pointless.

Lawlight said:
VGPolyglot said:
I hope that the feminist movements around the world can continue to get traction, if it weren't for all the brave women who spoke out against their brutal regime, we wouldn't even be getting the slight improvements that we are!! But let's not stop there, there is still much to be done!

But the feminist icon says Saudi Arabia is great for women -10 weeks paid maternity trumps everything apparently.

Which is still pretty low by (most) Western standards.



Good, if we can now get the rape and sexual assult laws sorted out so that they don't punish the victim Saudi Arabia might yet arrive in the 16th century.