• Saudi Arabia to Allow Women to Drive – Despite Fears it Will Hurt Their Ovaries & Cause Promiscuity

    What’s next bikinis? Things are getting crazy in the middle-east.

    Saudi Arabia is set to allow women to drive sometime next year. The country is controlled by religious Sharia Law and has not allowed women to drive for years.

    According to the New York Times not all Saudis are happy about the changes:

    Some said that it was inappropriate in Saudi culture for women to drive, or that male drivers would not know how to handle women in cars next to them. Others argued that allowing women to drive would lead to promiscuity and the collapse of the Saudi family. One cleric claimed — with no evidence — that driving harmed women’s ovaries.

    Saudi Arabia is an ancient culture ruled by an ideology…Islam…that is founded on the repression of women. The arguments against allowing women to drive prove the point.

    Seriously? Driving will hurt a woman’s ovaries, but not a man’s testicles? Driving will lead to promiscuity? In America, it’s not so much the driving, as the parking that might cause a spike in that!

    It is mind boggling that this is even a thing. How does this go on, in this day and age? How can these Islamic Theocratic countries be so backwards and be taken seriously by any other nation?

    What’s next? Let women walk beside men on the street.

    S.C. Sherman

    Senior Editor

    Steve Sherman is an author, popular radio commentator, and former Iowa House candidate. His articles have appeared nationally in both print and online for Townhall, Human Events, Clash Daily, Washington Times, Washington Examiner, Red Alert Politics, Forbes, NRATV and others. All of his novels including his most recent tome, Lone Wolf Canyon, a modern day western that infuriates the left and all "Snowflakes," are available here.

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