Women and their stigma

Two girls. One who openly said that women have the right right to have an education. The other who proudly displayed her bosom to a man. In both cases they were acting independently without the approval of a man and to the judgemental hypocrites this—in either culture—is considered a crime.

When it comes to cultures these two are not that far apart when it comes to women, which is why the political reactions to this girl’s suicide is a general law against bullying. No one wants to look any deeper into why these actions by these girls are considered, by their respective cultures, so offensive to their societies. There is a common denominator here.

About Monist

Hi, my name is Andy Mulcahy . I consider myself a monist and I am retired from steam engineering lo,these many years ago, and the Portland Cement industry. I have evolved into a Humanist-am a member of the Victoria Secular Humanist Association and The Humanist Association of Canada.
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