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In an interview in The Guardian (in English), one of the few western women in the Islamic world to publicly criticize the Gulf region for its misogynist culture, said: "You just don't understand this. You have to understand how women's bodies work. This is so unfair. When you look at what they're doing in the name of religion, the fact that you can take the rights of women and put them into question. They're not human beings anymore. They're just a commodity, just a property that they sell. I don't know what they are as a people, but I know they're not human." (Anonymous source) In a culture where the woman is not allowed to own her own body, it is even more important to not understand how women's bodies work and why they need to be protected. I mean, it's not as if they are going to give them rights over their uae girls own bodies if they don't have those rights before, is it? That's the problem with this. The idea of "rights" for women is not something they are allowed to own or own to their own desires. It is something they have been handed down from the patriarchy. And that is something that should be respected, even if it is something that the women in question may not necessarily like. But they have the power to refuse the patriarchal system that controls their own bodies and have their own rights. To not give in to the idea that they are not human, and to not accept their body as something that is not their own. It's why I love writing about how women's sexuality and femininity is constantly questioned in these types of communities. You can say the same about what the men are telling the women they sleep with. They have the power and they have the power over who the woman sleeps with and it shouldn't be questioned.

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