Monday, January 09, 2006

On The Border

Why do Saudi men enjoy harassing females?
I am utterly convinced that they do enjoy it immensly, and nothing anyone says can convince me otherwise.
On the Bahrain border, the customs guy shouted my name.
I rolled the window down and said "Yes?"
"I need a copy of your permission slip."
You see, we fully grown Saudi Arabian women cannot leave the country (minus our 'guardians') without our said said 'guardian's' permission. Yeah.
My uncle (who was driving us there) said "The slip is stapled to the passport, but I have another written statement from her father."
"What use is a stupid letter to me!? I need a copy of this here slip!"
To which my uncle replied with a "No one ever asks us for a copy of anything. Usually the slip itself is enough."
"Well, whoever's let you across any border without a copy of the slip was doing you a favour. Out of pity." He said, eyeing me.
Ofcourse, knowing my raging temper, my uncle was giving me worried glances. In short, he was waiting for the out burst. I did not disappoint.
"What do you mean? I have been every where, and I have never heard of needing a copy of the permission slip, because I do not need one."
The man looked at us like we were a breed of maggots, and said "Give me that letter. I'll accept it just this once. You're very lucky."

Upon further inspection (or pondering. Whatever.), I came to the realization that there is no need for a copy of the permission slip. The man was just being his sexist, Saudi male self.
Well fuck them. Every male chauvinist pig out there; GO FUCK YOURSELF AND DIE.

The Rebel

53 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why do Saudi women enjoy constant bitching about Saudi males?
I am utterly convinced that they do enjoy it immensly...

A.S.G

9:20 AM  
Blogger rebel87 said...

It's because Saudi males need to get over themselves and leave us the fuck alone, that's why.

10:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The problem is that it's so easy to talk, but so hard to follow. Saudi males this, Saudi males that, it's easy to bitch when you're not making an effort to change things.

A.S.G

10:42 AM  
Blogger rebel87 said...

How the hell do you know I'm not trying to change things?
And this (as you well know) isn't something that we can "change". These men have been taught, ever since the were old enough to understand, that they are superior to women. Nothing you or I say or do can change that. The change must start fom within our societies, and our educational systems. And since I am a female afterall, who do I talk to to take me fucking seriously? I tried going to a number of people to exlain that this male supremacy is fucked up, and guess what? My opinion doesn't count.

1:37 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My opinon doesn't account? If you think with that logic, then I'm just wasting my time.

A.S.G

2:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just so you won't accuse me of having nothing to say;

How do I know that you're not doing anything for change in K.S.A? Well I haven't heard about anything concerning women in the kingdom over here, and yes when a woman decides to go that extra mile to bring change for her and other women we'll hear about it all over the world. You think you're helping the cause? I mean you just come off like a brat trying to sound tough, because she thinks it's really cool to drop the word fuck between every other word. I'm not picking on you, but I'm fed up with this bullshit. I mean it's obvious, certain men are always in control, but just as some races fought for their rights, women must do the same. Women couldn't always vote in the states, they had to fight for that power in the early 1900's. I know this is your own space, where you rant and what not, but I'm giving you advice on how to really bring change over there. Oh listening to Greenday doesn't make you this bad ass chic, it makes you like every other teenager in the world who think the current Greenday songs speak the god written truth.

Ah, good luck, I sure as hell need it, so you might as well accept it.

The friendly neighborhood cynic,
A.S.G

3:31 AM  
Blogger rebel87 said...

Okay, first off Mr.I-know-what-I'm-talking-about; when I said 'My opinion doesn't count' I was being sarcastic. Have you ever turned into a woman and TRIED to speak to anyone in the authorities? I very much doubt it.
Secondly; you're right; it IS my space. I can say whatever the fuck I want. I can even say fuck. Fuckity-fuck-shit-fuck. Get over it. And what the HELL does the music I listen to have to do with anything?
Thirdly; You're right. Women do need to do more things to get their rights. But guess what? They don't think they deserve any. Why? Because the men in their lives have brain washed them into thinking they're slaves, nothing more nothing less.
When I'm the only one asking for better curriculums and more rights, don't expect things to change over night. I need people to be behind me. And not only women. I need you men as well. YOU need to be doing things for our rights too. You are not helping anyone by calling me a brat or a spoiled bitch, are you? You're just another bitter Saudi. Just like the rest of us.
I know everyone needs to FIGHT for their rights, I'm not a child. I know women in the states had to chain themselves to voting booths. I know that. But that was then, in the States. This is now. The 21st century, and I, an 18 year old girl; an ADULT in many countries, still need my fathers permission to travel. I need his permission to get surgery. I need him to take me out to dinner, as some restaurants don't allow females to go in without their male "gaurdians".
This is out right sexism. It looks to me like 'men' here are trying to act all macho by controling us. So don't go around acting all superior, alright? You're no better than any of them, trying to put me down. I don't see you making great changes.

5:54 AM  
Blogger Jo said...

A.S.G: You've been picking on the poor girl for a while now. You keep attacking her posts and you clearly don't want to stop. You're either:
1. Trying to get her attention, in which case, this really is NOT the way to do it.
OR
2. Taking everything personally and cannot grasp the concept of constructive criticism, in which case stop reading her blog and leave her alone!

9:57 AM  
Blogger W. said...

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10:03 AM  
Blogger W. said...

Saudi men are -plainly said- assholes

They think they're Gods gift to you when in reality, the only ones who actually gave them that impression are the bloody prostitutes they sleep with

Very sad... 7awalaina wala 3alaina

10:04 AM  
Blogger W. said...

well - if you want my humble opinion

the best and fastest way to change Saudi men is to chop off their penises

10:07 AM  
Blogger Dotsson said...

You talk about making an effort... she is you fuckwad!!! She is fighting with her pen! She is fighting with her words and she is telling the world that she will not be pushed around!

You talk about the freedom struggle in the US... Rosa Parks is the one who galvanized the civil rights movement by doing what? By simply telling a man on a bus that she would not give up her seat! That is exactly what Rebel87 did when she told the guy she didn't need a copy of her permission slip!!!
It is these small things that can make a big difference. Only God knows how many women that border guard turns back, and a lot of them aren't as brave and bold and probably keep their mouths shut! What rebel87 did was a small victory itself!!!

A.S.G. I think you're missing the whole point of her post: Go fuck yourself!!!
I know it will be a hard task for you since your Ass is already filled with Shit and Garbage but I'm sure you can make room for a cock in their too!!!

10:35 AM  
Blogger Dotsson said...

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My cool-o-meter sure is skyrocketing!!!

10:37 AM  
Blogger rebel87 said...

Jo: Yeah he has been very rude to me in past as well. I think he is, as he calls himself, Another Saudi Guy. In the sense that It makes him feel manly to put women down. He's just a scared little boy.

catch-22: The DO think they're the shit. They are a pathetic excuse of a human, and they should all be punished severely. The punishment you recommended sounds wonderful.

Dotsson: I forgive you for making me a supermarket. Infact; your cool-o-meter is just about to burst! Slow down with the cussing, man! You're almost beating me to being the coolest bad-ass in the Kingdom!

12:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jo, I haven't been picking on anyone. I commented on two of her posts, and it's just criticism. I'm not taking everything personally at all, I mean of all people, why the hell should I care? All though it's the opposite it seems people here formed a tiny group and when someone criticizes them, or pokes fun, they take the defensive. Now Jo of all people when you read something you don't agree with, you tend to argue it, you'll be a little sarcastic, and maybe a little rude, but you try to get your point across. That's what I did, so how is that any different?

Dotsson, Oh wait am I suppoused to take you seriously? Arn't you the kid that gets excited over online fights?

Rebel, All I'm saying is that if you want things any different, take a different approach. I never did say I was any different from your typical Saudi male, even if I was am different, why would I be boasting about it here? I never said I'll be making changes. Actually I'm not bitter, I don't care for how things are over there, and I am to the point where it doesn't matter to me. But it doesn't hurt to poke my nose where it doesn't belong every once in awhile.

A.S.G

A.S.G

2:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

By the way, this is all online. Just because I criticized you, doesn't mean I enjoy putting women down, you get really uptight when someone disagrees with you. And hey! I'm for women's rights as well, I let one of my four wives out of her cage on weekends, and she gets to roam the basement as much as she pleases.

A.S.G

2:07 PM  
Blogger rebel87 said...

ASG: You are the only one who is ALWAYS on the defensive. And if you don't care how things are all the way over here, then don't say things that you know nothing about.
You're not living here, and you're certainly not a female living here, so you wouldn't know anything.
One more thing; did it not occur to you that our little 'group' all live here, and go through the same shit from Saudi men? Ofcourse we all agree on this. Anyone would.

2:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I used to live there, I used to reside there, so please don't tell me I don't know anything about my country.

A.S.G

3:31 PM  
Blogger Dotsson said...

Online fights excite me because I get to excersise my mouth but my real turn on are real fights! Nothing gets my blood pumping like a good old fist-fight. You'll never meet a perverted pervert like myself :P

But I can't do either with you. You only like fighting and putting down women. I feel sorry for any females that live with or know you.
Tell you what, why don't you take your stupid fucked up theories and go tell all of your female relatives what you told Rebel87. Tell them to take a step and kick your fucking ass!!!

And yes, you're supposed to take me seriously. Did you forget I'm the same kid who ejaculated in your ass when Catch-22 cut off your dick!!!

4:32 AM  
Blogger W. said...

Saudi men live off attention. Cut their life source and they'll just... die.

(snip snip)

6:32 AM  
Blogger Trevelyana said...

A.S.G..

You know why you don't hear about women going the extra mile for change in Saudi? .. Because practically anyone that dares to broach the preposterous feat is shot down, ridiculed, and considered the modern day anarchist… often by their own gender.

So we've adapted... we attempt to bring change subtly but deliberately. I personally don't know too many women that would've stood up to that border patrolman... is that not bringing change, however small?

Pray tell... what "bullshit" is it that you are fed up with? And what is this acceptance solution that you recommend? Would you rather she sits at home knitting? .. comedy doesn’t suit you.

In the end, don't expect us to hold a mass riot demanding our rights to satisfy your need for a dramatic historical moment.. we're prudent enough to know not to bite the hands that feed us. But we will twist it until it hears what we have to say … eventually it’s joints will ache and we'll get what we want.

7:45 AM  
Blogger rebel87 said...

ASG: "Knowing" Saudi Arabia and "knowing" (although I doubt you do) what women go through here is completely different than LIVING IT EVERY DAY.
One more thing; You mentioned my getting up tight when someone critisizes me. How do you know I've gotten up tight, anyway?
And let me remind you, you didn't critisize me. You called me a little brat and made fun of me, basically. Hardly constructive critisism.

8:04 AM  
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9:01 AM  
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9:01 AM  
Blogger Abu Sinan said...

This reminds me of my wife going to the Saudi Embassy here in Washington DC to get a replacement passport for my step-son. The Counsel, a "man" named Ghasib kept on asking for more and differing information. My wife was forced to spend 5 days there coming up with almost every sort of information you could imagine. When this guy couldnt come up with anything else to ask of her he started in on her personal life. Questions like: "What are you doing here in the USA? How are you supporting yourself? Where is your mehram?" All questions that had NOTHING to do with getting her SAUDI son back to his SAUDI father in SAUDI ARABIA. This neanderthal just didnt like it that there was a Saudi woman, all by herself (so he thinks) in the USA. She must be doing haraam. Either way dont you think the son, as a Saudi citizen, has a right to go back to his own country and visit his family?

Anyway, this guys secretary felt so bad that she told my wife "sorry, come back after 3.00pm when he is gone, I will do it for you."

The bad part of this story is that the passport issued was a temporary one and we need it renewed again for a trip for the son back to Saudi. Hopefully this homar, Ghasib, is gone. She wants me to come in this time, the American husband of the Saudia living here in the USA and rip him a new ass if he tries this again. Hum......this is where I "hand him his hat" in Arabic, from an American. Maybe this one needs to be on video? lol

9:07 AM  
Blogger ubergirl87 said...

Abu Sinan: That is typical Saudi male behaviour. I am not at all surprised. Thanks for sharing :-)

9:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dotsson, a perverted pervert? A little redundant, isn't it? Grow up.

Leeno, I really have no needs/expectations for your typical saudi woman, so nothing has to be satisfied. Oh, and I think comedy suits me very well.

Rebel, like I said I know Saudi, and I know some women can struggle. But the struggle over there isn't all for women, men there struggle as well.

In the end Saudi men are devils, and women arn't too far from them either. Do you think the majority of women want the same rights as you? Just as how you say the men have been brainwashed, so have the women. The fault is not on one side.

A.S.G

11:02 AM  
Blogger W. said...

LOOOL @ "Where is your Mahram"

Ironically the Mahram is the ONLY way that defines us as individuals in this cooky country since in "their" eyes we don't exist without this alleged Mahram thus making him seem more or less our savior and for that we should be "eternally greatful"

So raise ur glasses and repeat after me galz

"Long live the Mahram.. " *clink*

11:54 AM  
Blogger rebel87 said...

ASG: I realize some men struggle as well, but they struggle far less than we do. A place where there are no struggles doesn't exist. Everyone struggles. But here I struggle and face difficulties BECAUSE OF MY GENDER. THAT shouldn't exist.
And I have said before, the only reason the women here are idiots is because the men and the authorities make them into idiots.

12:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So you really don't think women are idiots over there due to there own interpertation, I'm sure men played a role in influncing the mentality of the typical Saudi women, but women do have a mind of there own. If you're saying some women are idiots because men are in control, you're giving women far less credit then they deserve.

A.S.G

1:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You struggle because of your gender, some men/families struggle because of there family name. In the end it's pretty much the same struggle. In your honest opinon what are some of the basic examples of women hardships?

A.S.G

1:07 PM  
Blogger Jo said...

A.S.G: You commented, "Why do Saudi women enjoy constant bitching about Saudi males?
I am utterly convinced that they do enjoy it immensly..."
You didn't disagree with what she said. What you criticised was her right to bitch on her blog. And that is what this is all about. Now you're going on about women being just as bad as the men here which I totally agree with, but that is besides the point, because that is NOT what her post is about!

6:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm going off from one tangent to another, if that's not acceptable on this blog I won't comment.

A.S.G

7:13 PM  
Blogger rebel87 said...

ASG: Women here can't think for themselves. I assure you, they cannot. I live amogst them, and I can safely say they don't have lives of their own. They live like their ''mahrams'' tell them to live. They're more like robots.
And Jo's right. Your argument has nothing to do with the post. You just argue for the sake of arguing.

4:44 AM  
Blogger rebel87 said...

Basic examples of my own hardships:
1- I cannot get into a car and drive myself to school. Or anywhere else. There isn't always a driver just sitting there WAITING to drive me around, you know.
2- When I want to go out random people ask me why. Going out and having fun is an exclusive MALE activity. I'm not supposed to have a good time. I'm supposed to sit at home and do the dishes.
3- On the rare occasions when I do go out, I am usually chased by a number of boys who usually shout profanities at me.
4- And then verbally harassed by the Muttawas, when I clearly did nothing wrong, while the same boys are watching from afar, laughing.
5- I cannot leave SCHOOL before 12 o'clock without my "mahram".

Want anymore?
I know these things can be viewed as "silly", there are much more serious issues that we women deal with. But I am just trying to prove to you that even in the silliest matters, we cannot go about our lives in peace.

5:01 AM  
Blogger Dotsson said...

There is no point in arguing with this idiot!

Dotsson takes his right hand and raises his middle finger and sticks between the A and G! Oh yeah!!! That is what you needed/wanted/should have gotten - a good fingering!!!

5:09 AM  
Blogger pinkbling said...

Rebel i understand how difficult it is for u girls over there, and i must admit kuwait is somewhat the same, for as anonymous all i have to say is Go Get a Life Dude!

6:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You complain about wanting to go out, yet when you do go out you complain about being hounded by guys? You complain about having a mahram wherever you go, maybe you need one because of the idiots that harass girls where ever you go? The issue of having a mahram is an issue to be taken up with religion, not that I support it. About not being able to drive, Saudi Arabia did that to itself on that one as well, because they didn't start it earlier. Concerning the religious police I always noticed it was the other way around, the religious police hound the guys and not the girls, but those are small things. About not going out as much as you would like, and being harassed by guys, it’s not only a Saudi issue, it’s through out the whole gulf.

The problems based on your gender are not too big, at least the problems you face. Some of my colleagues who happen to be Saudi, and women faced bigger problems and did something about it, we all did. Of course there were consequences, but hey what else can you do? Everybody faces problems in Saudi, for you it’s because of your gender. For others it’s because of where they’re from in Saudi, origins, or family name.

I’m not arguing for the sake of arguing, I have better things to do. There’s a point in there some where, and I added upon that point by bringing other issues. The point is men do not enjoy harassing women, those are the laws in Saudi, people have been brainwashed by years and years of religious fed crap, and this is what you get. The ones that do seem to harass women do not enjoy it, it’s what they’re told to do, and it’s what they know. I’m not saying its right, but it’s a deeper problem than you choose to see. Anyways since you don’t appreciate discussion of other topics, I’ll leave.

You’re still 18, you’ve got a long way to go. If you think your problems are starting now, you have seen nothing yet.

A.S.G

Oh, and Dotsson of all places you don’t need to be screaming for attention online. It’s just the internet.

12:49 PM  
Blogger rebel87 said...

ASG:
"You complain about wanting to go out, yet when you do go out you complain about being hounded by guys?"
YES.
I have spoken to many girls form all parts of the globe; nobody gets harrassed like we do here.
That means we have a problem.


"You complain about having a mahram wherever you go, maybe you need one because of the idiots that harass girls where ever you go?"
EXACTLY!
Why is is it, that whenever I'm out with my father, nobody bothers me?
It's because they respect him.
Hey, wait a minute! Don't I deserve respect too? Me in my head to toe black, not a stitch of make up on, just so I don't attract any attention. Me, WITH MY MOTHER. MY MOTHER. Don't we deserve that respect!?

"The issue of having a mahram is an issue to be taken up with religion"
No, it is not. My religion does not call for my mahram's presence when I am at a restaurant. My religion does not require my mahram's permission for medical procedures.


"About not being able to drive, Saudi Arabia did that to itself on that one as well.."
True, but I'm guessing A MAN made that rule up in the first place.

"Concerning the religious police I always noticed it was the other way around, the religious police hound the guys and not the girls, but those are small things."
When a muttawa drags a girl out of a reataurant BY HER HAIR, and the whole ordeal is caught on video, that is NOT a small thing.

"About not going out as much as you would like, and being harassed by guys, it’s not only a Saudi issue, it’s through out the whole gulf."
I go out whenever I want in Dubai and Bahrain. I'm never harrassed there, and I'm not even wearing a Abaya. And on the rare occasions when I am harrassed, it's by a Saudi.

"..men do not enjoy harassing women.."
Don't they? Can you prove it?

"..people have been brainwashed by years and years of religious fed crap.."
I agree with you. But what bothers me is the hypocrisy.
I have a friend whpse brother (he's also her maham) is a very well known playboy. Let's just say he's not too conservative.
He's not letting her go to college. She's not allowed to watch TV, or leave the house. Ever.
(By the way, this is all in modern day Riyadh, and this is just ONE girl's story. There are MANY others just like her.)
Why?
It's because he (like many other Saudi men) thrives on the fact that he controls someone's life. A human being's life revols around him. It makes him feel powerful.
He doesn't give a rat's ass about religion. He just enjoys torturing her mentally. It's a game to him.

"Anyways since you don’t appreciate discussion of other topics, I’ll leave."
You can leave if you want. I am not going to beg you to stay.
It was just frustrating that you hadn't (before this comment) made your point clear.

"You’re still 18, you’ve got a long way to go. If you think your problems are starting now, you have seen nothing yet."
EXACTLY. THANK YOU!
I'm just 18, and I have to deal with all this crap!
What further crap awaits me in future?
More harrasment?
More opression?
You bet!

3:54 PM  
Blogger DareDevil said...

I like your guts rebel87, and i think that 87% of what you had said in your "interesting" post is true.

by the way i can not dare to be in a postion to argue with you :) keep up dear

2:22 PM  
Blogger @rabian rash said...

you make a fair point, the fact of the matter is until society opens up, Saudi men will continue to harass girls.. I'd give it 50 years or so, (assuming we all bring up our kids properly and send them to school abroad)...hmm, actually I dont think Saudi men will ever change... lucky I'm unique!

4:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are you people Muslim?

Are you incapable of communicating your thoughts and feelings without the use of bad language?

4:03 AM  
Blogger ubergirl87 said...

Anon: You're right. I, for one, should clean up my act.
But it really is liberating, the use of cuss words. Sometimes I cannot help myself.
But that doesn't justify the use of these words, and I will try to cut back.
Thanks alot.

The Rebel

5:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

YOU have it quite tough in Saudi land. You should've done what Umma Thurman does to Daryl Hannah in Kill Bill II, clawed his eye out!

10:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Everyone talks about how the religious guys are the ones 'controlling' women, right? And harassing them and stuff?

Well... someone should tell them that the Prophet (peace be upon him) did not 'control' his women, did not harass them. He treated them with respect, with gentleness, whether or not they were accompanied by a man. Islam teaches respect of women (paradise is under the feet of mothers...) and to treat them gently (do not break the rib!)...

Next time someone tries to harass you, ask them, "Do you think that the Prophet would treat me this way?"

7:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've only just read the first comments, and I just need to say. Why do women have to fight for their rights, if the men can _give_ them their rights?

I complain about much. About being fed up with the same food every day, about being bored, about having to clean the house once a week. And then something remind me of how incredibly lucky I am to live where I live. To be free to do whatever I want. Some men who come from countries that control their women says that this will hurt me. (I might be raped because I'm in the wrong place at the wrong time without a guardian, or because I wear clothes that are "prostitute-ish". (I don't, but compared to covering my whole body, I guess it is!))

But I am willing to take that risk to be free. And I wish the same freedom for all women! I am free, but that doesn't make me immoral.

I wish you all the best!

Love,
"Malianda"

4:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Rebel :) You are mentioned in one of the biggest norwegian newspapers. http://www.dagbladet.no/magasinet/2006/06/22/469644.html

I must say i am shocked of how saudi men are still living around the year 1400. I knew things were bad down there but i did not know that they still were so extreme. Well good luck to u :) Hope u become just want u want to be :)

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi rebel!
Just found you through the above mentioned norwegian paper, and i've got to say i like that you write what you do.

Most of the world would be ashamed to even know anyone who treats women like the saudi arabian men apparently do... Hopefully before you're old and grey international influence and internal "awakening" will have lead to the dissapperance of extreme religious beliefes that lead to such extreme oppression.

Good luck and strive to be free and to choose your own life for yourselfe :)

7:03 AM  
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Blogger Arab-esque said...

That is horrible news to hear. I heard similar stories all the time. It saddens me that such things happen in Saudi, makes me never want to go there except for Hajj.

Unless I was really really really craving dessert from Cheesecake factory then maybe I'd make an exception!

I like what you said to ASG, that he was very typical and felt manly putting women down - I would have to agree with you really, because from the stories that I heard, and from what you just said. This point is proven over and over again!:D

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