Liban wrote:It is to prevent women from becoming s.e.x. objects that this law was introduced in the Quran by God since back then most women where nothing more than the s.e.x. objects in Western porno movies.
kanelli wrote:There are women in tribal communties around the world (in warmer climates) who wear only short grass or fabric skirts with no top - are they Western p<3n stars?
Liban wrote:kanelli wrote:There are women in tribal communties around the world (in warmer climates) who wear only short grass or fabric skirts with no top - are they Western p<3n stars?
They do not do that for any s.e.x.ual reason, unlike West p<3n stars that do what they do for money resulting from publically displaying their bodies naked and in s.e.x. acts.
Your argument falls on deaf ears in this case...
Uh, okay Liban, so you are saying that all the women in the Arab world were dressing inappropriately and that is why they were treated like Western p<3n stars are - filmed (wow!) and paid for sex? This is why God then told people that the women should cover themselves completely? Please correct me if I am wrong.
By the way Liban, how does a good Muslim like yourself know about Western p<3n I'd like to point out that p<3n is made in all parts of the world and really has nothing to do with how the average woman dresses from day to day. I resent any implication that non-Muslim women dress like whores because they are not dressed in an Abaaya.
Saying that women need to cover themselves completely sounds pretty patriarchal to me, as does making the woman responsible for how men treat via her way of dress, instead of making men responsible for their own conduct. Sure, women know that conservative dress can fend off some unwanted male attention, but covering yourself completely from head-to-toe? That seem a bit much, especially when men can wear what they want.
Ultimately, this is yet another case where religious folk can say "God says this is the way it should be, so I won't question it." - so I am not expecting everyone to agree. It is certainly interesting to look at the different perspectives though