Saudi Arabia: Another Casualty of Religion

In recent days, as the tragedy of the Boston attack has been in the news in the US, in Saudi Arabia another tragedy is being covered.  Men who are too fine for their own good have been asked to leave the country in order to avoid the dangers of girl boners.  In other news, the country’s Committe for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice has been cracking down on lusty, flirtatious eye displays … surely the only outlet for desperately lusty women who are covered from head to toe.

Let’s put aside the fact that women do not generally make important decisions like the deportation of a foreigner in Arabia, and that it’s likely that it was males who fell helplessly in lust with their foreign visitors and had to escort them out of the country.

What seems obvious to an outsider is how … well, frankly, horny the citizens of the theocratic kingdom are, and how scared they are to admit it.  When something as fundamental as human beauty is criminalized and sacrificed in the altar of a life-hating desert religion, we have to stop being politically correct and admit that Wahhabi sex-phobia is a dehumanizing feature of Islam that treats grown ups, particularly women, like they’re children and robs them of the right to naturally assert their enjoyment of one of the simplest, most universal pleasures available to our species.

For these reasons, I am posting this blog in celebration of Arabian lust and beauty.

 
 
 
 
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About hiramcrespo

Hiram Crespo is the author of 'Tending the Epicurean Garden' and founder of societyofepicurus.com. He's also written for The Humanist, Eidolon, Occupy, The New Humanism, The Secular Web, Europa Laica, AteístasPR, and many other outlets.
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