SAUDIS HOLD WOMEN’S PANEL FEATURING MEN ONLY

Milo:

The first meeting of Saudi Arabia’s “Women’s Council” featured all men, reports Breitbart.

Photos shared from the event show a panel of thirteen men sitting on stage with not a woman in sight.

BBC reports that the meeting took place in the al-Qassim province of Saudi Arabia. Women were reportedly allowed to attend, but they sat in another room to view and participate in the discussion via live stream.

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10 Comments on SAUDIS HOLD WOMEN’S PANEL FEATURING MEN ONLY

  1. When I was in Saudi Arabia, I noticed that the makeup counters in the high end stores (laid out very similar to the ones in Macy’s, etc. in the US) were staffed exclusively by men – no women at all (women aren’t allowed to work or drive). There was no line of women waiting to get a makeover either LOL. In fact, I didn’t see any women that weren’t with a man, and the burka-clad few I did see weren’t buying any makeup.

  2. “Women were reportedly allowed to attend, but they sat in another room to view and participate in the discussion via live stream.”

    Amount of actual work accomplished? EPIC!

  3. Saudi culture is complex and cannot be viewed in the traditional methodology utilizing the dominant/subaltern template with which we commonly frame western hegemony. In order to understand the dichotomy from a marxist/feminist parallax, the substructural dissonance created by the strictures of colonialism much be put in the proper historical context. When this, and other oppression factors, are taken into account, the myth of Saudi female disempowerment is exposed as just another falsehood promulgated by western patriarchy.

  4. @Let Me Femsplain That For You: My God, that was awesome!

    I don’t know what it means, of course, but you said it magnificently.

    Do you hire out for eulogies? I need you to do mine.

    😉

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