Sexual oppression isn’t a fashionable cause but #MeToo is

Sexual harassment is the fashionable thing to get all outraged about in New Zealand now and every woman and her cat seem to be jumping onto the bandwagon. The #MeToo trend that was started by liberals in Hollywood and picked up by media personalities here, has only declared an open hunting season on one kind of prey. White men in the workplace.

The more dangerous ‘animal’ that feminists should have declared open season on a long time ago is a protected species. It is allowed to roam free, openly oppressing and segregating women and girls as part of its culture and law, protected behind a shield called religious freedom.

While New Zealand women are targeting unattractive men in the workforce for asking them out during office hours, Imams are preaching inside New Zealand mosques that no woman should dare to leave the house without the permission of her husband.

While feminists are tearfully recounting a sexual harassment tale from their past they are turning a blind eye to the women in New Zealand who are forced by their husbands, fathers and Muslim communities to walk around in the summer heat wearing niqabs and hijabs.

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These #MeToo feminists justify not saying or doing anything about a type of dress that clashes with the equality and freedom of our culture and country by claiming that some of the women choose to wear it.

This is not how free women in New Zealand dress. It is not how women who have assimilated into New Zealand society dress and the reason behind the oppressive clothing is sexist and offensive.

Women have to cover themselves according to political Islam because they are viewed as a piece of meat and men as flies buzzing around them. Their entire body is treated as if it was one big sex organ.

A senior Muslim cleric in Australia has sparked a furore by comparing women who do not wear a headscarf to “uncovered meat”, implying that they invited sexual assault.

Sheik Taj Aldin al-Hilali delivered his comments in a religious address on adultery to around 500 worshippers in Sydney last month […]

Sheik Hilali was quoted as saying: “If you take out uncovered meat and place it outside … without cover, and the cats come to eat it … whose fault is it, the cats’ or the uncovered meat’s? The uncovered meat is the problem. If she was in her room, in her home, in her hijab [the headdress worn by some Muslim women], no problem would have occurred.”[…]


The women who wear these monstrosities and the men who force women to wear these monstrosities argue that women will not get sexually harassed or raped if they cover their body from the lustful gaze of men.

If the #MeToo women refuse to counter this sick reasoning and stand up for the rights of Muslim women to not be covered in these oppressive garments then they will end up being forced to join them.

After all, if they were sexually harassed at work Islamic Sharia law makes it very clear that it was their fault and theirs alone. If they had been modest and had covered up the poor men would not have been tempted to ask them out or to squeeze their bottoms.


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