I am scared. Too scared today. I just want to find a corner, and sit there and sulk. I don't want to get out of my room, in case a relative is lurking the background, waiting to pounce on me!

You all know I am being silly today .. extra silly, if you insist!

I am fed-up of being nice to mother-fuckers. I am tired of using sugar-coated words to describe a disgusting situation. But tell me if this is acceptable in an Arab Muslim community which points its middle finger towards the West everyday, calling its inhabitants infidels from sun rise to sunset!

Just tell me who in his correct senses would want to fuck his wife's 16-year-old niece? And all that, "just for fun"?

I am disgusted at this society of double-standards.


8291 said...

silly girls are never silly. i would not be scared, i would be strong.

the double standard is there, in bahrain, in egypt, in the usa, in china, in switzerland... anyhwere where there are humans, anywhere where there is no respect.

SillyBahrainiGirl said...

moodz u are right about the smell of roses in the shit pond.

but if we dont take our social problems and look at them with microscopic lens, which magnify them, we will never be able to solve them!

my aim is not to shame my country. in highlighting problems which exist here, i hope we can collectively address issues in a civilised manner.. (excuse my swear words) but these things really get on my nerves.

we can't continue sticking our heads in the sand. reality is that even ostriches don't do that...but we still do.

أبو سنان said...

Sad situation. I cannot believe the court responded to the situation the way they did? They man should have been strung up!

Unknown said...

Is it just me or is this guy getting it easy..too easy for that matter???!

Whats wrong with the world?

SillyBahrainiGirl said...

nope.. it isn;t only you.. there is a lot to muse about in our justice system!

it all depends on whims...whims... and whims.

personal error is a big factor..

SillyBahrainiGirl said...

oops... by personal error i meant 'human error'

Cassandra Says said...

Not that it will be much comfort, but I have lived and travelled all over the world and have never seen a society where these things so not happen, nor a society where they are not routinely covered up. Surely the fact that people are talking about it is at least a step in the right direction?

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