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Inciting debauchery

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Whatever that means

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-46414052

An Egyptian actress who wore a revealing dress to the Cairo Film Festival is to go on trial on charges of "inciting debauchery", reports say.

Rania Youssef appeared in a lacy, black, see-through outfit that exposed most of her legs, outraging many Egyptians, though some said she should be able to wear what she wanted.

She could be jailed for up to five years if found guilty, a judicial source told AFP.

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4 minutes ago, One percent said:

Whatever that means

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-46414052

An Egyptian actress who wore a revealing dress to the Cairo Film Festival is to go on trial on charges of "inciting debauchery", reports say.

Rania Youssef appeared in a lacy, black, see-through outfit that exposed most of her legs, outraging many Egyptians, though some said she should be able to wear what she wanted.

She could be jailed for up to five years if found guilty, a judicial source told AFP.

o.O

Well, she's certainly guilty of inciting debauchery in me.

The question is rather what the punishment should be.  I could think of a few ways that would be superior to 'five years jail'.

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15 minutes ago, The Masked Tulip said:

Coming to the UK and every Western European country in the next decade or so.

 

Yes although Britain has only had a fairly short period of relative permissiveness.  The hot pants and mini skirt era in the 1960s was regarded as shocking and P J Proby got banned because a trouser seam split on stage in Croydon and Luton in 1965 - ."scandalized the British press and public" - debauchery indeed.  Amazing as it might seem now it was well outside the norm of acceptable behaviour.

Evidently the authorities can't wait to get back to those days.

I don't think it ever went as far a full top to bottom body covering for females though.

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Just now, twocents said:

 

Yes although Britain has only had a fairly short period of relative permissiveness.  The hot pants era in the 1960s was regarded as shocking and P J Proby got banned because a trouser seam split on stage in Croydon and Luton in 1965 - ."scandalized the British press and public".  Amazing as it might seem it was well outside the norm in those days.

Evidently the authorities can't wait to get back to those days.

I don't think it ever went as far a full top to bottom body covering for females though.

And I remember women would not enter church unless their head was covered and my mum and gran going everywhere in headscarves 

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1 minute ago, twocents said:

 

Yes although Britain has only had a fairly short period of relative permissiveness.  The hot pants era in the 1960s was regarded as shocking and P J Proby got banned because a trouser seam split on stage in Croydon and Luton in 1965 - ."scandalized the British press and public" - debauchery indeed.  Amazing as it might seem now it was well outside the norm in those days.

Evidently the authorities can't wait to get back to those days.

I don't think it ever went as far a full top to bottom body covering for females though.

 

I look forward to seeing all the female TV presenters and newsreaders who are pro islam seeing islam in all its full glory - hopefully such things will be videoed for all to see.

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59 minutes ago, The Masked Tulip said:

Coming to the UK and every Western European country in the next decade or so.

Anyone who wants to help fight the good fight on this one should join in on the Volkswagen thread in hobbies :)

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2 hours ago, One percent said:

And I remember women would not enter church unless their head was covered and my mum and gran going everywhere in headscarves 

Apart from the Queen, walking her Corgis, does anyone else wear a headscarf these days?

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6 hours ago, One percent said:

And I remember women would not enter church unless their head was covered and my mum and gran going everywhere in headscarves 

I don’t know about the church part but my gran always wore a headscarf when she was out and about. I’m very sure it wasn’t for reasons of religion or propriety though, it was just the fashion from when she was young and she stuck with it. 

 

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On 01/12/2018 at 21:58, One percent said:

Whatever that means

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-46414052

An Egyptian actress who wore a revealing dress to the Cairo Film Festival is to go on trial on charges of "inciting debauchery", reports say.

Rania Youssef appeared in a lacy, black, see-through outfit that exposed most of her legs, outraging many Egyptians, though some said she should be able to wear what she wanted.

She could be jailed for up to five years if found guilty, a judicial source told AFP.

o.O

I don’t do Twitter or Facebook, but what has been the attitude of all the female SJWs. I assume and expect total opposition to the prosecution and support for the actress. However I suspect many will support or accept the prosecution as it is anti-Islamic and she should respect the de facto faith of Egypt. If the actress did the same in UK and was prosecuted as it is anti-Christian and she should respect the de facto faith of UK these very same people would apoplectic with rage, but because it is Islam it is different.

The SJWs could look at how women dressed in Islamic countries such as Afghanistan and Iran in earlier decades say 50s and 60s and see how they are forced (sorry how they choose) to dress today. And in Turkey today the same process, we have friends who are Turkish and they were shocked when they visited recently as their 25 year old cousins were now wearing veils and covering all skin, which they did not do a few years ago.

Once in power the ratchet starts to tighten and rights get restricted using either direct force or the threat of force. How you dress, what you can say and do and what you are allowed to criticise and more importantly not allowed to criticise. Now look at what ,in the past, far-right and far-left dictators did and what the EU and Islamic run states are  doing today and surprise surprise there is no difference.

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17 hours ago, TheBlueCat said:

I don’t know about the church part but my gran always wore a headscarf when she was out and about. I’m very sure it wasn’t for reasons of religion or propriety though, it was just the fashion from when she was young and she stuck with it. 

 

So did my grandmother. I think it was because they had their hair done every couple of weeks and wind buggered it up.

Pretty sure it was for purely practical reasons.

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16 hours ago, satch said:

I don’t do Twitter or Facebook, but what has been the attitude of all the female SJWs.

Apparently we are not alone in our hatred of social media. I have been thinking about this over the last few weeks and I think what will happen is, eventually, someone (or rather some group) will set up a version of the internet as it was in ~2001. Before Youtube, censorship, Facebook, Twitter, and actually, before most people even knew how to get online.

If it was easy to access and fast like today's internet then it'd quickly devolve into what we have now, it'd need to be pretty arcane and specialist. But it'd be worth it!

Most/all forms of advertising, all social media, and general censorship would have to be banned or it just wouldn't work. Free-flowing conversations on little message boards & forums like DOSBODS but for everyone not just the privileged few! The main thing I miss about the internet from 15 years ago is, it was possible to be truly anonymous.

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