FEMINIST HYPOCRISY ALERT: Saudi Arabian Woman Now Permitted To Drive

FEMINIST HYPOCRISY ALERT: Saudi Arabian Women Now Permitted To Drive

Thank GOD for the vaginahead march in DC after the election of President Donald Trump!

Without them, how could this amazing occurrence have happened in Saudi Arabia. Women in that country called “The Kingdom” now get to do what women all over the civilized world have done for decades.

As the DML Daily reports:

“Saudi Arabia has just made a meaningful change regarding women’s rights. An order from King Salman will allow women to obtain a driver license in the summer of 2018, according to a state television broadcast on Tuesday.

Saudi Arabia was the only country in the world, which had barred women from driving. 

The reason for the delay in implementation of the new driving law is because there are necessary societal changes to make. Currently, Saudi Arabia has no system set up to teach or distribute licenses to women, the New York Times reported. The police must also be trained regarding interactions with women in society, as in the culture it is reportedly uncommon for unrelated men and women to interact frequently.”

What next; will women get to do their own “honor killings”?

Can you imagine if this the idea that women could now drive was being said about America?! What would the headlines read?

Misogynist patriarchal America. Further, the world would complain that Christians are just now allowing women a basic human right. And there would be other charges. Yet most of the headlines and stories see the Saudis allowing women basically nothing, as the moon landing.

However before we get too far ahead of ourselves, let’s consider getting Hillary Clinton to The Kingdom, sans hijab. While there, she can straighten out those Saudi “p*ssy-grabbers”.

As VOX points out, women who want to drive still must ask their male guardians for permission to get their license.

“The drivers’ licenses won’t be issued immediately.

Of course, Saudi women will still be subjected to the repressive male guardianship system, which requires women to seek permission from a male relative (father, brother, husband, son) to do almost anything. Saudi women were only given the right to vote in December 2015.”

The American feminist hypocrisy

Saudi Arabia is the birthplace of Islam and home of the male guardianship system. This system requires every woman to have a male guardian who controls her decision making from birth to death. Thus, male guardians decide whether or not a woman can travel, marry, even obtain a passport or vote.

Meanwhile, here in the U.S. feminists like Alicia Keys who claims to fight for women by wearing her hijab, the Muslim symbol of female oppression. Saudi women who have spoken to Human Rights Watch describes what it feels like to be under such oppression:

Rania, a 34-year-old Saudi woman, said, “We are entrusted with raising the next generation but you can’t trust us with ourselves. It doesn’t make any sense.

“We all have to live in the borders of the boxes our dads or husbands draw for us.” —Zahra, 25-year-old Saudi woman, April 7, 2016

“It can mess with your head and the way you look at yourself. How do you respect yourself or how [can] your family respect you, if he is your legal guardian?” —Hayat, 44-year-old former school principal, December 7, 2015

In America women choose their mates, their clothes, their careers, and how to use their voice. Yet, the US feminist movement continues its bizarre claims of oppression. And Leftism provides the perfect environment to entertain this delusion.

Women like Ashley Judd and Madonna pretend to fight for women’s rights. Yet, they wholly ignore the daily plight of women in Saudi Arabia and other Islamic countries. These feminists have no idea what oppression is, yet they wave the feminist flag like modern-day Betsy-Ross-meets-Susan-B-Anthony.

Truthfully, women in America represent the most powerful and privileged in the entire world. Instead of minimizing our power with bogus complaints, we should embrace our femininity and freedoms.


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