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Tuesday, December 25, 2012

'Rape-provoking' miniskirts and crop tops banned by king of Swaziland with offenders facing six months in jail | Mail Online

          Maybe Rep. Todd Akin should head for the Swaziland, the African monarchy where the king says he is banning mini-skirts and other provocative women's clothing because it provokes rape.  You can get six months in jail....
          Native Swazi dances featuring varying states of undress as still legal, just that Western style naughty is outlawed.
          While the West has long ago abandoned the days of the "finely turned ankle" being an attraction, it's a stretch to try and regulate mini skirts...
'Rape-provoking' miniskirts and crop tops banned by king of Swaziland with offenders facing six months in jail | Mail Online

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Makes about as much sense as outlawing guns because they're scary and black and somebody might get a hold of them. Everybody knows, if there were no guns, everyone would simply love one another. Look at Nazi Germany or the old Soviet Union. A citizen couldn't own a gun there. And see how peaceful those nations were? Its time we listened to Mikey and learned to listen to our fears and love one another.

Anonymous said...

This gots to be part of the war on women. There must be some way we can blame the GOP, Tea Party, Rush, Koch or Grover for this?

Yet, this edict was handed down by a single solitary guy that did not have to listen to courts or reach an agreement with a congress...just like...our prezident.

Too bad this wasn't a Muslim country...then it would be none of our business and not covered by the MSN because that is a religion of peace.

And if the rape victims had guns it wouldn't matter what they were wearing...no one would rape them.