For women reading this, here is your challenge for today, and everyday: prove to me that you are not a prostitute.
Seriously, I’m waiting. Prove it. Come on. We don’t have all day. Get on with it, where’s your proof?
What? You can’t? So, you must be a prostitute. Really, you can’t prove to me that you are not a prostitute, can you?
Well then, off to jail with you little lady.
That’s the scenario facing all ordinary women under new Indonesian laws.
Almost worse than the new laws is this disturbing statement:
“…intellectuals, feminists and artists are beginning to mobiles against what they believe is a plan to reshape
.” (Moral Crusaders focus on females, The Age, 11 March 2006) Indonesia
That’s it? The treatment of women and young girls throughout
Why does the care and concern for the treatment of women fall into the hands of a powerless minority of pretentious gits?
May a nice omnipotent deity be on the side of Indonesian women, because it would seem their powers on earth are up shit creek without a paddle.